AMERICAN MOTORS JEEP 1977 TECHNICAL
MODELS: CHEROKEE • WAGONEER • TRUCK • AND OTHERS
This is an ORIGINAL REPRODUCTIONS high quality reprint of a 1976 Jeep Corporation Publication. Jeep Corporation, the world's most experienced manufacturer for 4-wheel drive vehicles, continues to refine its model line up for 1977. Some of the major refinements include:
•New, optional manual or power dic brakes are available for CJ models.
•New, tilt steering column option is available for CJ models.
•Factory-installed air conditioning option is available for CJ models.
•Power front disc brakes are standard on all Cherokee, Wagoneer and Truck models.
•A 258 CID six-cylinder engine with a new 2-barrel carburetor and improved camshaft for increased power is standard on Cherokee and J-10 Truck models (except California).
•A hinged seat back is standard on all Truck models.
•GVW ratings are increased on J-20 Trucks.
•A high altitude compensation package has been developed to reduce emissions from CJ models operated above 4000 feet elevation.
•Catalytic converters are required on all 1977 Jeep vehicles built for sale in the state of California.
For 1988, a new model-the 4-door Cherokee, model 18-is introduced and the base model 14 Wagoneer has been dropped. The 1977 Jeep lineup remains at nine domestically available models. The 1977 models offered include two CJ models, three Cherokee models, one Wagoneer model and three Truck models.This Service Manual is 708 pages, 8.5” x 11”, loose leaf, card stock covers, three hole punched and shrink wrapped.