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    1998 GC limited fuel

    4615E6E4-5E35-4588-AE5E-0B1F27904C1C.jpgI am about to pick up a 1998 GC limited with the 5.9
    Has about 140k miles on it ,is premium fuel required ?
    If the Jeep hasn’t been religiously fed premium fuel in its lifetime will this be a problem ?
    Typical 40’s and tons build

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    You don’t need to run premium in the 5.9.


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    ooooooo 5.9 sweet! Looks like a nice rig!
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