2 Airflow sensors and 2 O2 sensors were replaced, needless to say my gas mileage has improved. At around $500.00 though it wasn’t cheap, on the other hand no more Christmas tree lights. Did some grinding and repainted the rear bumper. Gas tank straps had rusted and the tank had dropped about an inch so they were rust painted and installed. Wire brushed everything from the gas tank back and rust painted(looks almost new), next year from the gas tank to the front will get the same treatment. Rear skid plates are off now and in the next few weeks I’ll grind the rust off and repaint. New plugs and serpentine belt, Amsoil oil change soon but no big deal there, Cabin air filter replaced and K&N air filter washed and re-oiled. Picked some OEM coolant a while back and will do a flush soon. Hasn’t been cheap but she’s solid as a rock now and good for many more wheeling adventures.
It definitely was Tom but in the long run most of these parts would have had to be replaced, so getting a little ahead of the game never hurts. The other parts were pretty much toast. Overall she’s in much better shape now and I’ll replace a few more parts that are nearing their end of life. The price of vehicle ownership, LOL