Jeep Wrangler

TIMING CHAIN OR BELT? MODEL LIST - (UPDATED 2022)

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The Jeep Wrangler is a four-wheel drive off-road SUV produced by the American manufacturer Jeep. It is manufactured within the Italian conglomerate FCA (now Stellantis). In 1987, it succeeded the legendary Jeep CJ, which is the consumer version of the Willys MB, a military vehicle used by the United States Army during World War II. It is a rather peculiar vehicle, as it cannot be categorized in any particular segment.

The Wrangler has had a total of 4 generations. Each of them consists of multiple versions, with different surnames depending on their bodywork, which can be 2-doors or 4-doors. Some of its most famous variants are the Wrangler Laredo, Wrangler Renegade, Wrangler Sport, Wrangler SE, Wrangler Limited, Wrangler S and Wrangler Rubicon.

Jeep Wrangler. Timing Belt or Timing Chain?

Down below you will see a list with all the Jeep Wrangler models which have been produced so far. They are classified by model identifier, year and type of bodywork. Above each list, we show you a series of pictures so that you can have a visual reference for each model. In some cases, both the original and its updated design are displayed to help you identify them with ease.

In this guide you will find all the Jeep Wrangler models.

■ Timing Belt / Cam Belt (Correa / Faja de Distribución)
■ Timing Chain (Cadena de Distribución / Cadena de Tiempo)
■ Gear Driven (Distribución por Engranajes)
100% Electric, No Timing (Sin Distribución)
Unknown / Not Updated (Información desconocida)

If a car model is specified in blue, it means its motor engine has a timing chain; that is, it has no timing belt. The rest of the vehicles marked in grey have a timing belt/cam belt.

Jeep Wrangler I – First Generation (YJ) (1987)

SUV

Diesel Engines

  • J8S-814 C8 2.1D Turbo 80 CV (1988 – 1995)

Petrol Engines

  • 2.5 103 CV (1988 – 1991)
  • EPE 2.5 121 CV (1991 – 1996)
  • 2.5 103 CV (1988 – 1991)
  • EPE 2.5 121 CV (1991 – 1996)
  • 2.5 4WD 117 CV (1986 – 1990)
  • EPE 2.5 4WD 125 CV (1990 – 1995)
  • ERH 4.0 178 CV (1991 – 1996)
  • M400L 4.0 2WD 178 CV (1986 – 1990)
  • 4.0 4WD 182 CV (1990 – 1995)
  • M400L 4.0 4×4 178 CV (1986 – 1990)
  • 6L 4.2 114 CV (1986 – 1989)
  • 4.2 2WD 111 CV (1986 – 1990)
  • 4.2 4WD 111 CV (1986 – 1990)

Jeep Wrangler II – Second Generation (TJ) (1996)

SUV

Diesel Engines

There are no diesel-engined versions of the Jeep Wrangler Gen 2.

Petrol Engines

  • ED1 2.4 143 CV (2002 – 2007)
  • P00 2.5 118 CV (1996 – 2007)
  • EPE 2.5 120 CV (1996 – 2002)
  • EPE 2.5 X 121 CV (1996 – 2002)
  • EGT 3.8 208 CV (2006 – 2008)
  • 4.0 169 CV (1998 – 2007)
  • ERH 4.0 177 CV (1997 – 2007)
  • ERH 4.0 184 CV (1996 – 2001)
  • ERH 4.0 193 CV (1998 – 2006)
  • S01 4.0 177 CV (1996 – 2007)
  • ERH 4.0 Rubicon 174 CV (2003 – 2007)

Jeep Wrangler III – Third Generation (JK) (2007)

SUV

Diesel Engines

  • ENS 2.8 CRD 163 CV (2010)
  • ENS 2.8 CRD 177 CV (2007)
  • ENS 2.8 CRD 177 CV (2010)
  • ENS 2.8 CRD RWD 177 CV (2007 – 2010)

Petrol Engines

  • ERB 3.6 294 CV (2011)
  • ERB 3.6 V6 284 CV
  • ERB 3.6 V6 290 CV (2015)
  • EGT 3.8 199 CV (2007)
  • EGT 3.8 208 CV (2007 – 2011)
  • EGT 3.8 RWD 199 CV (2007 – 2011)
  • EGT 3.8 RWD 208 CV (2007 – 2010)

Jeep Wrangler IV – Fourth Generation (JL) (2018)

SUV

Diesel Engines

  • EBH 2.2 Multijet II (JL72, JL74) 200 CV (2017)

Petrol Engines

  • 2.0 266 CV (2018)
  • EC1 2.0 T-GDi (JL72, JL74) 270 CV (2017)
  • ERC 3.6 VVT (JL74) 290 CV (2017)

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