Keep your 4 cylinder YJ running cool with our complete lineup of replacement cooling parts. We have you covered with anything from hose clamps to replacement radiators. You drive a Jeep YJ to dominate on the trail without giving up your sense of style. As your rig ages, however, you must pay special attention to its critical systems. Specifically, after years of service, your Jeep may need some serious radiator work. 4 Wheel Parts is your one-stop shop for all the parts you need to keep your rig in tip-top shape.
Keep Your Jeep Running Cool
When you hit the trail in your Jeep, you probably keep a close eye on its gauges. As your rig's engine works harder, its temperature can rise. When you need a Jeep YJ 2.5 thermostat replacement, we have you covered. Likewise, check out our Jeep YJ heater hose diagram and order replacement hoses before your existing ones leave you stranded.
Rely on Our Expertise
Finding cooling components for new Jeeps is tough enough. If you need a 1995 Jeep Wrangler radiator part, however, you are in for a real challenge if you don't know where to look. We proudly carry a variety of parts from the top manufacturers in the 4X4 parts industry. Meanwhile, our parts experts have put together a Jeep Wrangler cooling system diagram to help you find the perfect component for your vehicle. If you need additional assistance with anything for your 4-cylinder Wrangler, chat with one of our parts professionals. We love off-roading, so we are happy to help you get your Jeep trail-ready.
Go to the Source
Here at 4 Wheel Parts, we are honored to be your go-to source for 4X4 parts and accessories. Still, we never ask you to pay a premium for top-quality products. Instead, we stand by our price match guarantee and offer military discounts to veterans. With our huge selection of YJ Wrangler 4-cylinder cooling components, we are sure we have exactly what you need to maintain, repair or fully customize your rig. Browse our inventory and place your order today.
Leaks, be gone. Dorman?s Engine Water Pump Inlet Tube is hardily built to counter the most common cause of fractures: corrosion due to heat cycling. Safeguard your engine by ensuring proper coolant circulation.