Sorry about not applying enough information. I'm also new to using forums.
My Jeep is a 2007 Sport Utility. Trail rated, flex fuel. It's 4x4 with the Quadra-Drive ll four wheel drive system. The recall for the transfer case actuator was repaired in 2013. I'm still researching the transmission info. It's a dark grey in color, vin says monotone. I'll post a pic as soon as I learn how.
I have a re-manufactured engine from Powertrain Products Inc, as of March of 2017. The body has 159K miles, though I'm not quite sure yet on the re-manufactured engine. Receipts I have from the previous owner are as follows..
Re-manufactured Engine from Powertrain Products Inc
New valve cover gasket set
New Harmonic Balancer
New crankshaft position sensor
new Bosch O2 sensors
A sandwich filter adapter
New Spectra Premium Oil pan and gasket
Ultra Flo Welded 2 1/2" Muffler
MagnaFlow Catalytic Converter
It came with a vivid linq Superchip, and it has a ball valve mounted to the engine, so it's had modifications done to it. It also has a 2" lift with BFGoodrich Mud Terrain T/A LT245/75R17 tires. I can defiantly feel those, lol!
I'll receive more info via the dealer from the previous owner in a couple days. He traded it for a brand new Jeep.
Torque Pro shows a couple fault codes, I'm still researching those. So far, it starts and runs nicely, and the 4x4 works well. The interior is in mint condition via a light cleaning, and the exterior has a few dings/dents. It still looks great though!
Also, my fuel mileage is not so great. Best so far 10 mpg, yikes, lol! Evap Monitor didn't check out ok via torque app. I'm not a mechanic, I learn as I go. I've a lot of reading to do, but I try to be sure it's done right. Thank you for any tips and advise you have :-) (yes, I'm old 40 in a few weeks, feel a little behind not knowing how to use a forum. My apologies in advance)