Jeep Owner's Bible: A Hands-on Guide to Getting the Most from Your Jeep

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R. Bentley, 1992 - Crafts & Hobbies - 359 pages
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For Jeep fans, Jeep owners, and even those just contemplating the purchase of a Jeep, there is no substitute for this incredibly popular, versatile vehicle-over 3.5 million Jeeps have been sold since 1945. And for everything you need to get the most out of Jeep ownership, there is no substitute for "Jeep Owner's Bible"(tm) by Moses Ludel, recognized as the most comprehensive, authoritative guide to the Jeep ever published.

In the words of "Jeep Owner's Bible"(tm) author Ludel, "For those who never intend to work on their Jeep themselves, the "Jeep Owner's Bible"(tm) provides basic orientation, explains mechanical features of Jeep 4WD trucks, offers valuable troubleshooting tips and makes it easier to discuss repair or modification work with a professional mechanic. For the do-it-yourselfer, "Jeep Owner's Bible"(tm) serves as a technical guide, model review, and data source....Equipped with this book and a genuine Jeep factory service manual for your model, you can accomplish quality repairs or a complete mechanical restoration."

Now completely revised and updated since its original publication in 1992, in addition to all the invaluable content of the first edition, this informative volume includes:
Coverage of all Jeeps built since 1945, through 1999, including Grand Cherokee and Wrangler TJ and YJ models
Substantially more material on YJ Wrangler, XJ Cherokee, and ZJ Grand Cherokee
Introduction of the new 1999 WJ Grand Cherokee
Many new "state of the art" improvements, accessories, and aftermarket products, including factory and non-factory products available since 1992
Additional sources for parts to restore, upgrade, and modify Jeep vehicles

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User Review  - John - Goodreads

great book for beginners... hardly look at it though... tends to focus on bob tail jeeps, trail survival and so on... lots of very useful basic mechanic information... if you're not trained as a mechanic and want to work on your jeep, you need this book. Read full review

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About the author (1992)

Moses Ludel grew up at rural Carson Valley, Nevada, graduating high school and coming of draft age in 1967. He is a University of Oregon graduate and successful photojournalist, columnist and author for over two decades. Moses has written and illustrated eight non-fiction books. His teaching experience includes five years (1999-2004) as a vocational instructor, the principal and vocational director at Rite of Passage Charter High School. Here, staff and coaches worked effectively with tough, at-risk male youth who were often former gang members. A practitioner of Vipassana and Zen Buddhist meditation, Moses volunteered his lunch breaks to a sitting meditation group for these students. Happily married for 30 years, Moses and his wife, Donna, have four grown children who also practice mindfulness. Indra's Net is his first novel.

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