STICKY Jeep Wrangler TJ Factory Service Manuals (FSM) & Technical Documentation

TJTimmah

Member
Aug 17, 2018
45
Ohio
Quick question, if I may, are we sure that's a '97 manual? The reason I ask is that it has the 2.4l engine in it, not the 2.5l.

Thanks again,
TJT
 
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JeepNWilly

JeepNWilly

Jeep Addict
Supporting Member
Mar 23, 2017
1,201
Loxahatchee, FL, United States
It looks like your '97 is actually another 2003. I say that because the VIN section shows the VIN letter for 2003. That being said, I did find a '97 if you want to fix it. I'm not trying to pick it apart or anything. It is much appreciated that you did this and that the mods 'stickied' it!

I got the '97 here...

http://www.jeep.on-line.no/documentation/TJ/1997 TJ/1997_TJ.pdf

TJT
No not at all glad you found it. @Chris should be able to update the file. Awesome find.
 
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fuse

TJ Enthusiast
Jun 5, 2018
264
San Diego, CA
I'm not sure if this is useful, but it seems interesting.

I came across a Chrysler sales code file while trying to puzzle out some of the codes associated with Mopar part numbers. This didn't answer my question, but I guess you could use it as sort of a reverse lookup to figure out the sales codes behind the descriptions on the build sheet -- except that it seems like the descriptions aren't unique so a single description could lead you to several different sales codes.

The file is from 2008, but the sales codes seem to date back over the TJ years (at least back to 2003). If nothing else, it has some interesting trivia. Like, who knew that JKs could have a "TJ Badge"? :)
 

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LandscapeWrangler

New Member
Oct 19, 2018
1
US
This post is for TJ documentation like Factory Service Manuals Etc..
A while back I was able to find the FSM for my 2006 TJ. I decided to look at the same website I have used to download FMS to see if I can find others. I hit the jackpot so I am sharing :beer-toast1:

Please if there are any issues or they are inaccurate let me know.

Thanks @UpperMI for the additional 2002 manuals

I've been looking for information to familiarize myself with my 2005 Jeep Wrangler, so I can talk more intelligently with my mechanic, and this is just perfect! :) Thanks a bunch!
 
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Igoo65

Member
Jan 7, 2019
95
Colorado Springs, CO
I'm not sure if this has been mentioned, but the PDF for the 1997 is not for a 97 TJ. On the ignition chapter for the 4.o it talks about ignition coils. 97s have a distributor, which you all know. Thanks for posting all these manuals.
 
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JeepNWilly

JeepNWilly

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Mar 23, 2017
1,201
Loxahatchee, FL, United States
I'm not sure if this has been mentioned, but the PDF for the 1997 is not for a 97 TJ. On the ignition chapter for the 4.o it talks about ignition coils. 97s have a distributor, which you all know. Thanks for posting all these manuals.
This was previously identified by @TJTimmah on post #66 above. He provided a link to a correct 97 FSM on his post. I was hoping @Chris would have corrected the original list.