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Jeep Cherokee Won’t Start (Possible Reasons)

There are a few reasons why your Jeep Cherokee might not be starting. It could be something as simple as a dead battery, or it could be something more serious like a fuel system issue. Whatever the reason, it’s important to diagnose the problem so you can get your jeep up and running again. In…

Jeep Wrangler Lug Pattern (Bolt Pattern & Size)

Jeeps have been around for a long time and continue to be one of the most popular vehicles on the road. Part of their appeal is their versatile design that can handle a variety of terrains. But what if you want to change the look or add some new accessories? You’ll need to know the…

Jeep Wrangler Loses Power While Driving (Solved!)

Jeep Wrangler may be one of the best (if not the best) offroaders but it certainly isn’t amongst the most reliable cars. Anyhow, the owners of Jeep Wranglers absolutely adore them and would maintain their vehicles to the best of their capacity. If you notice that your Jeep Wrangler loses power while driving, it is…

Jeep Wrangler Rust Issues (Things to Know)

No matter how well a Jeep Wrangler is maintained, the onset of rust cannot be predicted. More often than not, your Jeep Wrangler will never develop rust if it is driven under normal circumstances. However, if you take your beast off-roading, you may encounter this problem sooner or later. It is relatively common to hear…

Jeep Wrangler Ticking Noise (Causes & Fix)

One of the most common noises that most Wrangler owners experience after some time is Ticking Noise, In this article, I am going to go through the common things that make ticking noises and things you can do it combat that, read on. Common Causes of Ticking Noises on a Jeep Wrangler Valve train /Lifter…

Do Jeep Wranglers have Air Conditioning?

Jeep Wranglers were equipped with air conditioning only after 1986 with the YJ model. The first such model had an optional A/C. You could either purchase a higher model with a pre-installed A/C or get yourself an aftermarket air conditioning kit. Also, all these air conditioning kits came with heating features for the winter months.…

Meet Matthew Wilson

Matthew Wilson is an American academic, writer, and gearhead. Matt received his first Jeep, a 1975 CJ, from his father when he was just 16. 

He claims to have taken that Jeep apart and put it back together over a dozen times in the last 30 years. 

While he still has that CJ, its legacy in Matt’s life is even larger because it began a love affair that has endured.

These days you are more likely to see Matt delving deep into the Colorado Rockies in his modified Jeep Wrangler with its Rough Country Lift Kit and 37” BF Goodrich Krawler TA tires, as well as his golden retriever, Cody.

Matthew Wilson