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03-28-2012 02:40 PM
YJkiddo Lol a book would def be my best bet haha, that's my goal of the day
03-28-2012 01:52 PM
STUUPID I found a cd with Jeep factory service manual on ebay for 10 bux with free shipping. The copy is good and everything is ledgible, just print out the page you need and take it into garage with you. Keeps manual from getting filthy, I have the printed factory one also. It's dog eared and filthy.....like my jeep.
03-28-2012 11:21 AM
CharTay Yea good spot to star is take everything apart. And rebuild everything
03-28-2012 11:16 AM
Nubby55 Get a Good Service Manuel, the one form jeep is the best. I know it cost more but, you can do the job Right the First Time! And learn the right way to work on you Jeep.
03-28-2012 10:15 AM
YJkiddo
94YJ mechanic overhaul help

Streight to the point,o the point, I want my YJ running like new. It's a 4cyl 5 speed, 33" tires. I do believe the transmition has been regeared only because it's smooth and tops out after the shift light is out. Without wining. Iv done a standard tune-up. And replaced the master cylendar.
- I want to pretty much overhaul the darn thing get it up to date
*spits oil from dipstick every now and then.
*consitering I'm running 33"s I'd like break upgrades.
*rattles at 2k RPM's(beleaved to be catilatic converter).
*seems to always be wet under trany(a drip bubble)

-I'm pretty noob at mechanic work period.
-----help please
Where to start and all that

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