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1990 Jeep Comanche, 4.0, auto, 4wd, long bed, big ton

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FOR SALE- $8250

1990 Jeep Comanche Pioneer,

4.0L, Auto, 4wd, LongBed, Metric Ton Package

Two Owner

124,900 Miles

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VIN- 1J7GJ36L9LL228366

PA Inspection and emissions through 4/19

Located in the South Hills of Pittsburgh

 

Debating on selling my 1990 comanche as it will become my daily driver here soon and I would like to have some more comfort (pw,pl,ac) and safety(locking seatbelts/airbags) features. The truck runs great and I'll continue to drive it as I don't need to sell, but wanted to see if anyone else is interested.

 

I have the original manual/sales sticker and the PO documented all maintenance in the manual since new. The PO did some rust touch ups here and there but the Jeep is extremely and doesn't have any leaks. Comes with drop in bed liner and cap. PO installed an electric fan override switch as well.

 

New since I've owned:

New windshield with 1997+ gasket seal (had a small leak, I had it professionally replaced and the surface rust in the window frame was ground off and hit with rust converter/inhibitor)

New Radio with Bluetooth, Sirius/XM, new Speakers

New Brakes (Front- Calipers, Pads, Rotors. Back- Drums, wheel cylinders, hardware) Backup/Front Parking Camera w/Screen in Rearview Mirror

Upgraded Instrument Cluster (Temp, Oil, Voltage, Tach instead of “dummy lights”)

All original equipment included (stereo, speakers, windshield trim, instrument cluster)

Catback exhaust (needed for inspection)

 

Known issues:

Ac doesn't blow cold, no clue what the issues is

I forgot to reconnect the gear selector before putting it back together when replacing cluster

Parking break light doesn't always come (I can't figure out the mount for the life of me)

HVAC always blows partially out at the floor

When lights are on, the right turn signal notifcstion stays lit (all lights function as they should).

 

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For the A/C blowing cold, it’s not too hard or expensive to replace the whole A/C system and it can almost exclusively be done at home. If the system still has a charge you would legally need a shop to evacuate it before opening it up, but to replace every component in the A/C system you’d probably be under $300 (I know the compressor kit was $160ish last I looked and the condenser and evaporator core were about $40-$50 each). I’ve done a few A/C systems and I just rent a vacuum pump from oreillys. The turn signal light illuminating is typically a corroded connector or socket. Mine had the same issue and I got a new front light harness and it fixed it. Good looking rust free truck! Wish mine was that nice!


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For the A/C blowing cold, it’s not too hard or expensive to replace the whole A/C system and it can almost exclusively be done at home. If the system still has a charge you would legally need a shop to evacuate it before opening it up, but to replace every component in the A/C system you’d probably be under $300 (I know the compressor kit was $160ish last I looked and the condenser and evaporator core were about $40-$50 each). I’ve done a few A/C systems and I just rent a vacuum pump from oreillys. The turn signal light illuminating is typically a corroded connector or socket. Mine had the same issue and I got a new front light harness and it fixed it. Good looking rust free truck! Wish mine was that nice!


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I checked today and noticed the lower bulb wasn't illumnated. Pulled it out and reset it and now the dash light is no longer illuminated and the light is working. Thanks!

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I'm still considering selling so make an offer if interesting (we have a wedding coming up this year, so trying to save some extra cash). Pic below with cap and Wrangler wheels(still have originals). Added a stock clock, wheels and partially partially fixed the shift indicator but its not 100% lined up. 

Also, the AC was converted to R134 at some point, so I will try a recharge this summer if i still have it.

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