I had a few 7's back in the day and belonged to a jeep club in Boulder in the 80's. I'd say it depends. Heard some stories and others had some issues, but all of the ones I had were above average reliability and didn't have any repairs that weren't self inflicted.
Welcome.... I am no expert, but believe I read somewhere that some of the California models had a check engine light at that location. I've got an 83 California jeep, but no light. Looking forward to seeing more pics when your new jeep arrives.
Thank you very much. That was a lot easier to understand than the text in my service manual. I am on the road this week for work, but will use my multimeter and follow the steps referenced above. Battery always gets disconnected before I started messing with connections. Thanks again.
Have an unusual situation that I hope maybe some one else has already been through. Will try to keep is short and simple. 83 with 4.2 and manual tranny. Was trying to diagnose an ignition problem (no spark at coil, except when getting on the key or getting off of it) for a while, then once I...
It's worse than that. 6' / 250 myself, been floating between 235 & 250 for years. Anything over 222 is now considered obese. I almost look skinny at 220, I was 215 in college, would like to get back to 225. Got the same fatty liver diagnosis last month, so the weight needs to come off.