2007 Jeep Wrangler X

Description

Selling my daughter’s Jeep. She wants something easier to get in and out of and easier to drive. We bought the Jeep two years ago from my neighbor. My daughter put on less  than 5,000 miles. Kept in the garage by me and the previous owner.  I have the Car Fax and all service records. No accidents. Paint is like brand new –  no desert pin striping. Inside is really clean, except for some minor wear on the driver’s seat, shown in picture. Asking $14, 500. Crossroads are 56st and Greenway.

– 2007 Wrangler X, V6 3.8 L, Automatic, 4×4

– Nitto Trail Grapplers MT – 285/70/R17 – these will need to be replaced soon

– Miles – 99,600

– Manual Windows

– After market stereo

Maintenance done in the last 6,000 miles. I have receipts for everything. Most of it was done at the dealership, I did a few things myself. Most repairs were done for peace of mind while my daughter drove it. 

– Rear Differential and Gears replaced – this was a big one

– Rear Drive Shaft replaced

– Spark plugs and wires replaced

– Water pump replaced

– Coolant system flushed

– New alternator

– New battery

– Fuel system cleaned

– Steering stabilizer replaced

– Oil pan gasket replaced

– Front crank pulley replaced and timing cover seal

– New ceramic brakes

– Front tie rods replaced

– Front end alignment

– Rear main seal replaced

– Rear pinion seal replaced

– 4 wheel drive shifter grommet replaced

– Filler hose to gas tank replaced

– Oil changed

Price: $14300
Condition: Used
Location: Tampa, FL, USA

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