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09-22-2013 04:23 PM
dguire792 Why would there be exhaust coming out of both of these places (its a video by the way)
09-18-2013 10:50 PM
jokerchief462 Try this all torques

YJ Torque Specifications - JeepForum.com
09-18-2013 09:30 PM
dguire792 Is there any certain torque specs to the bolts that connect the pressure plate to the flywheel? Also the flywheel to the engine?
09-11-2013 09:01 PM
dguire792 So its the internal slave cylinder that's leaking which is fine since its kinda of an easy fix I already got the trans out and the isc out but advance is selling it for 100 bucks and the whole clutch kit is 135 bucks so while everything's out I am going to replace everything down there so I do not have to do all this again.
09-09-2013 10:20 PM
dguire792
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Originally Posted by jokerchief462 View Post
You can purchase separately or as part of a clutch kit.
Alright thanks! Hopefully its just a line
09-09-2013 11:18 AM
jokerchief462 You can purchase separately or as part of a clutch kit.
09-09-2013 09:21 AM
dguire792
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Originally Posted by AllMudd View Post
If its the internal slave cylinder all you need to do is drop the tranny. Then swap out the leaking ISC. But if it is just a line leaking like suggested it could be a ten minute fix. If not at least 3 hrs to drop and replace the ISC.
Alright well if it is the ISC where do they usually sell them cause I looked online at advance and google searched it and nothing in both places. Or would advance have it in the store but not on there website?
09-09-2013 02:09 AM
johnecat44
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Originally Posted by Undead-89 View Post
By the way that tank was part of a recall because the seal around the filler or sensor would leak. Jeep fixed them for free at one time.

As far as the motor, I am going to assume you rotated it by hand when you got it to make sure it wasn't seized.

Usually if the the starter is just clicking, your battery is too low to turn it over.

Clutch sounds like it needs fluid or need to be bled. or the slave cylinder is leaking.
Undead89 I just dropped my tank for a frame repair and I had leakage around the filler neck. I replaced the hoses and it's gotten better, but not fixed. Do I understand your post that yj filler necks have an issue with leaking? I can't afford to be a parts hanger. but that looks like the only option.

95 YJ 2.5L 1.5" lift, 30.5X9.5X15
and rust
09-09-2013 12:45 AM
AllMudd If its the internal slave cylinder all you need to do is drop the tranny. Then swap out the leaking ISC. But if it is just a line leaking like suggested it could be a ten minute fix. If not at least 3 hrs to drop and replace the ISC.
09-08-2013 11:54 PM
dguire792
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Originally Posted by Phil1 View Post
The fluid looks like brake fluid and it looks to be coming from the bell/clutch housing. Your 1990 has an internal throwout bearing. It could be the bearing seals, however, it could be leaking at the connection to the bearings or it may be leaking from the connection externally and running into the bell housing and out the bottom drain slot behind the inspection plate.
Alright cause it just started this and I put the dot 3 in there which is what is advised to go in there and I pump the clutch and all I put in there goes straight through it. And how hard is it to change that? Would it be easier to pull the transmission or the engine?
09-08-2013 11:06 PM
Phil1 The fluid looks like brake fluid and it looks to be coming from the bell/clutch housing. Your 1990 has an internal throwout bearing. It could be the bearing seals, however, it could be leaking at the connection to the bearings or it may be leaking from the connection externally and running into the bell housing and out the bottom drain slot behind the inspection plate.
09-08-2013 06:23 PM
dguire792 So what seal or whats broken if clutch or break fluid really is leaking from here....

09-07-2013 11:58 PM
dguire792
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Originally Posted by HFC3 View Post
Odd. You would thing a bad ground would make it not work at all.

But, at least it's working now. All the hard work and headaches paid off!
Yeah it is but yes it does now I have to deal with the no clutch.
09-07-2013 11:41 PM
HFC3 Odd. You would thing a bad ground would make it not work at all.

But, at least it's working now. All the hard work and headaches paid off!
09-07-2013 10:28 PM
dguire792
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Originally Posted by HFC3 View Post
Dd you get t to start? What dd you do?
Yes I did but how I do not know what did it but what I did before it did start was move two ground wires and cleaned the battery terminals and also I was jumping it for about 20 min or so.
09-07-2013 10:11 PM
HFC3 Dd you get t to start? What dd you do?
09-06-2013 08:19 PM
dguire792
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Originally Posted by jstnblvn View Post
I might have overlooked it but did you get your starter problem fixed?
Yes I did
09-06-2013 03:14 PM
jstnblvn I might have overlooked it but did you get your starter problem fixed?
09-05-2013 09:40 AM
dguire792 I used JB weld on mine to and undercoat and put some packing plastic between the tank and the skid plate.
09-05-2013 08:59 AM
diy88yj
tank repair

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Originally Posted by Mbclark View Post
Yes they go to the canister, they're vent hoses and should go to a T before the canister. How did the tank repair go? I repaired mine a month ago and it held for about 500 miles. Had to replace the tank last night.
I used JB weld last night. I will find out very soon. I just got the new hoses and will have to run a brand new vacuum hose to the canister because I cant fish the original from the frame. (prolly a better plan to replace anyway its just more work)
ill post pics of the patch job this evening

Does anyone have a diagram showing which hose goes to the tank from the canister?

I am going to sand the repair down today and place more JB weld just to hopefully reinforce the repair. then I am going to primer and spray rhino lining over than. After all that I am going to place a rubber mat between the skid plate and the tank
09-04-2013 08:52 PM
dguire792
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Originally Posted by diy88yj View Post
where do the lines opposite the filler hose go to? Canister under hood?
There are two lines coming from the fuel pump one as a feeder and one as a return and there are two where you put gas in the big one and the other one is as a breather when you put gas in it so it doesn't come back out at ya and the other two are breathers for the tank when your running it as far as they go I have no idea mine come to like a cone shape plastic thing and I'm just going to shove it up in there somewhere where mud and water won't reach it. I really don't see the point of it other then its a breather and therefore not really concerned about it.
09-04-2013 08:51 PM
mike89yj
Air intake

I need an air intake for an 89 with a 4.2 with mounting hardware, or an alternate to the OE one if anyone knows of something.
09-04-2013 08:45 PM
dguire792
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Originally Posted by Mbclark View Post
Yes they go to the canister, they're vent hoses and should go to a T before the canister. How did the tank repair go? I repaired mine a month ago and it held for about 500 miles. Had to replace the tank last night.
Good so far I just put gas in it last night its been bone dry since I repaired it since my engine was being replaced and I had no need to put gas in it but I will see how it goes from here on out.
09-04-2013 06:13 PM
diy88yj where do the lines opposite the filler hose go to? Canister under hood?
09-04-2013 05:35 PM
Mbclark
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Originally Posted by diy88yj View Post

Where do the 2 lines opposite the filler hose go to? I have just dropped the tank on my 88 wrangler to fix a hole and when I was trying to disconnect the hose it broke. I can find where it leads to. I am assuming the canister under the hood?
Yes they go to the canister, they're vent hoses and should go to a T before the canister. How did the tank repair go? I repaired mine a month ago and it held for about 500 miles. Had to replace the tank last night.
09-04-2013 05:26 PM
diy88yj
fuel tank

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Originally Posted by dguire792 View Post
Well I got more pics of the damage....







Also my gas tank has been leaking for a little while so while I'm out of a ride for a while I decided to pull it and fix it since money is really tight right now and I'll replace it eventually with a plastic one.



Yes that is gas just from getting it out with out it coming out of the filler or anything else both sides are like that.











And hopefully monday I have a engine to put it.
Where do the 2 lines opposite the filler hose go to? I have just dropped the tank on my 88 wrangler to fix a hole and when I was trying to disconnect the hose it broke. I can find where it leads to. I am assuming the canister under the hood?
09-04-2013 03:16 PM
Undead-89 By the way that tank was part of a recall because the seal around the filler or sensor would leak. Jeep fixed them for free at one time.

As far as the motor, I am going to assume you rotated it by hand when you got it to make sure it wasn't seized.

Usually if the the starter is just clicking, your battery is too low to turn it over.

Clutch sounds like it needs fluid or need to be bled. or the slave cylinder is leaking.
09-04-2013 08:45 AM
wasomma Well this sounds alot like bad battery cables. Do you have corrosion inside the battery cables? Based on what you've described I would ensure the battery is fully functional and try new batt cables if there is any corrosion present. Moving those around with corrosion in them can cause these kinds of problems.
09-04-2013 12:12 AM
dguire792
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Originally Posted by Jacob.schmitz View Post
I just dropped a new 2.5 into my yj as well. I'm having a similar problem but I get absolutely no clicking or noise. I'm pretty sure I grounded my wires to the wrong places. I have several pictures on my latest thread of my starter motor if they might help you (obviously something is wrong with it though). I'm pretty sure I'm just grounded to the wrong spots though
I did move my starter ground to the bolts that hold the starter in place and also I moved a ground to the actual block instead of the valve cover. And I guess that's what helped plus I turned the key a dozen times or so.
09-03-2013 11:51 PM
Jacob.schmitz I just dropped a new 2.5 into my yj as well. I'm having a similar problem but I get absolutely no clicking or noise. I'm pretty sure I grounded my wires to the wrong places. I have several pictures on my latest thread of my starter motor if they might help you (obviously something is wrong with it though). I'm pretty sure I'm just grounded to the wrong spots though
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