Engine Tune-Up Kits

Tune Up Kit for 1941-45 Jeep MB 4 CYL ~ Your Price: $56.95 Includes the Following: Oil Filter, In-Line Fuel Filter (if required), Ignition Wire Set, Distributor Cap, Distributor Rotor, and Spark Plugs.

If your engine is sound, you’ll probably find tune-ups due every year or so. This assumes that the fuel system is in peak operating condition. Generally tuning up your engine every Autumn and then again in the Spring is ample to keep your ignition happy.

ExtremeTerrain has Engine Tune-Up kits for most any Jeep year, make ad model. If you have problems finding yours, just call ExtremeTerrain and they will help you find the items you need to help keep your Jeep in top running form.

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. I have a buddy who works on his Jeep all the time. He learned through trial and error. I mentioned to him that I wish I could do some of my own work and he said he would be glad to show me. We’re going to start with a tune-up so this offer is very timely. I hope I can do it, that would save me a lot of money.


  2. Tune ups were something my Dad insisted we all learn, even the girls. I’ve thanked him many times over the years. I have 2 boys and a girl and believe me that will be part of their home schooling too. Great articles, great deals, keep it up.


  3. Last summer I started teaching my girlfriend how to do simple maintenance on the Jeep. I figured she’d freak out as soon as she got a little dirt under her nails. Not only didn’t she freak, she caught on really fast and now she can work with me or independently do a general tune up, change the oil and filter, change a tire and gas it up. I guess I should be careful, she may decide she doesn’t need me at all.


  4. I’ve been noticing some sounds from my engine that tell me it’s about time for a tune-up. I’m going to go ahead and order the kit so it’s here when I get ready to do it. I don’t want to be caught with a Jeep that needs a tune-up and no way to get the necessary parts. You guys think of everything.


  5. It’s about time for a tune-up. I run my Jeep on some pretty extreme trails and I like to keep the engine in pristine condition. A couple of tuneups a year goes a long way towards this.


  6. My Dad was the original Jeepster in our family. I grew up riding off road with him and learned my way around the mechanics of a Jeep as he kept his in top shape. Now, I own my own Jeep and do most of the work myself. Dad doesn’t drive much anymore and none of the extreme stuff unless he’s riding shotgun with me. We’re doing a tune up on both Jeeps as soon as the parts arrive. He still enjoys tinkering with the engine and I still am able to learn a thing or two from him.


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