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Is your Jeep a little rough in the engine department? Frequent off-roading and long-term ownership can wear on even the best vehicles. Engines need attention, too. Although replacing Jeep engine parts to improve vehicle performance can be technical and involved, it's best to repair or replace worn components before they affect the rest of the engine. At 4Mudders, we offer critical Jeep engine parts like bearings and rods, valve trains, engine pistons, crankshafts, cylinder heads and engine overhaul kits. We also have smaller Jeep replacement parts that can make a big difference, like oil systems, oil filters, head bolts and timing chain belts.
When choosing Jeep replacement parts for your Cherokee, Liberty, Compass, Wrangler or other models, make note of your model year and engine size before you start your search. Engine upgrades and the actual replacement of parts are among the most expensive types of vehicle repairs you may need, simply because they are harder to reach and often involve removing other parts to make the replacement.

10 Ways to Help Your Jeep Live Longer

If you take good care of your Jeep, it will last longer. Eventually, like any vehicle, you may need to replace some Jeep engine parts due to wear or damage. Here are 10 tips to help maintain your ride. If you take care of it, it will take care of you.

  • 1. Change your oil and oil filter every three months or 3,000 miles, whichever comes first. Use the recommended grade of engine oil or heavier for your climate, as noted in your vehicle's owner's manual. If your oil is milky white when you check the dipstick and it's not extremely cold, this could mean you have engine trouble.
  • 2. Keep an eye on your gauges for proper engine temperature, fuel and electrical systems. If your Malfunction Light or Check Gauges indicators on the dashboard illuminate, have them checked by a professional as soon as possible.
  • 3. If you vehicle doesn't have an automatic louver shutter adjustment, keep the climate control air vents open when you're sitting still in traffic or experience stop-and-go conditions for several minutes. This will not only improve your fuel mileage, it will help to improve airflow to your engine. When parking and turning off your engine, leave the climate control air vents open to allow ventilation to your engine as it cools down.
  • 4. After every off-roading experience, be sure to inspect your vehicle's undercarriage. Look for damage, and check any threaded bolts and fasteners looseness. Tighten up anything that's loose and install Jeep replacement parts for anything that's cracked or dented.
  • 5. Take a few moments about once a week to walk around your Jeep and check for damage and missing parts on the exterior. Look underneath to see if it's leaking any fluids. Have it serviced if necessary. Check your engine mounts and electrical connections regularly if you typically drive on uneven surfaces.
  • 6. Consult your owner's manual for the recommended octane grade of fuel for your specific vehicle.
  • 7. If you drive on salted or dusty roads, hose off the undercarriage of your Jeep at least once a month. If you off-road in mud or saltwater, hose off the undercarriage as soon as possible after your excursion.
  • 8. Use body armor or plating to prevent damage if you drive on gravel or go rock climbing.
  • 9. Check your coolant level, radiator hoses and clamps every six months. Also inspect your brake hoses and lubricate the tie rod ends and steering linkage joints. If you have a stick shift, check the transmission fluid level every six months as well.
  • 10. Use 4WD low range gear when you're off-roading in slow speeds, while getting a heavy load or tow moving, and in rain, snow, mud or sand. Don't exceed 25 mph in 4WD low. Use the 4WD high range gear for higher speeds on loose or slippery road surfaces.


4Mudders has a wide range of engine parts and components to make your repairs easier. To find specific Jeep replacement parts for your make and model, change the search settings under the Select Your Vehicle heading in the upper left-hand corner of this page. Sort by brand, price or product to refine your search.