Perhaps the most iconic car brand over the past century, Jeep has remained a durable vehicle capable of overcoming any obstacle that comes in its path. After major improvements in the Jeep YJ series (1987-1995), the Jeep TJ generation (1996-2006) took our hearts by storm. Returning to Jeep’s CJ off-roading roots and incorporating the creature comforts of the YJ generation, the Jeep TJ seemed like the perfect combination of off-roading, sport, and family comfort. The towing capacity also increased by 300 lbs. over the YJ to 2500 lbs. With its radical transformation in 1996, the Jeep TJ has been regarded as one of the most beloved generations of auto-manufacturing, period. Here, we’ll discuss what you need to know about your Jeep Wrangler TJ and ways to improve its performance. We’ll also talk about the beloved TJ Rubicon and its short-lived competitor, the rugged Jeep Wrangler Unlimited or LJ.
- The Jeep TJ Overview: the Favorite Child
- TJ Wrangler Engines
- TJ Six-cylinder Engines:
- TJ Four-Cylinder Engines:
- TJ Transmissions
- TJ Rubicon Special Features
- Jeep Wrangler LJ Overview
- The Jeep Rubicon LJ: Even More Features
- Special Editions
- Common Wrangler TJ Problems with Age
- Aftermarket Options to Improve your Wrangler TJ
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TJs are beloved for their ability to take on the unknown, and thankfully this has only improved as the aftermarket advances. As the community has learned more about the TJ's capabilities, the aftermarket has adapted to get even more from the platform. With boundless options of appearances, performance, and protection to choose from, there are unlimited options to personalize your TJ Jeep.