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08-06-2014 08:54 AM
TigWizard
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Originally Posted by Edubrules View Post
Thanks for the info.... On my 94 yj I have a vacuum line going to the front diff.Is this how the front axles are ingaged or is it some kind of locker?
It could be the vent. The vac lines for the 4wd go to/from the shift motor on the passenger side of the axle. The vent line, on mine anyway, snakes up around to the radiator and has a little plastic valve cap on it (one way vent).
08-03-2014 12:42 PM
Edubrules Thanks for the info.... On my 94 yj I have a vacuum line going to the front diff.Is this how the front axles are ingaged or is it some kind of locker?
07-26-2014 08:05 PM
njchiasson this is perfect
07-24-2014 11:40 PM
natedenver Nobody had been here in a long time bit I am hoping someone can help. I bought my yj this week. It had one of those old school ignition kill switches. How do I remove without killing the ignition?

Thanks in advance!

Sorry for the picture not being great.

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01-12-2014 09:10 PM
marshall1225 Post has been helpful Thanks.
01-05-2014 01:37 PM
CACTUS ROPER I'd rather stick with the door mirrors ..the windscheild type look cheesy and flimsey
01-03-2014 01:17 PM
TigWizard
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Originally Posted by CACTUS ROPER View Post
Mirrors what's the best mirrors for my 88 yj steel doors ?.. I'm replacing the oem
I'm probably going to go with the Lange Original II. They mount to the windshield frame, not the door.
http://www.quadratec.com/products/13023_100.htm
01-03-2014 11:45 AM
CACTUS ROPER Mirrors
what's the best mirrors for my 88 yj steel doors ?.. I'm replacing the oem
01-02-2014 09:41 AM
Duane2171 Hi Guys. I'm new to YJs and this site, but not new to Jeeps I've owned 7 J10s and 4 CJs over the years. Even had a Grand Wagoneer and I just bought an 01 Grand Cherokee (Can you see a pattern here? lol) Alos been into the AMC scene for 30+ years. I also just bought my first YJ. Its a 95 Wrangler Sahara with the 6 and a 5 spd. Has its share of rust and I need to replace the windshield frame, but it runs and drives great!! Totally stock btw. Great site!!
11-18-2013 03:59 AM
thierry marchand Same for me… !!!

Thierry Marchand
11-10-2013 02:38 PM
Lynch88201 Huge Thanks from a new, first time YJ owner!
11-05-2013 05:11 PM
TigWizard
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Originally Posted by pegasis409 View Post
There are 2 sticks. The one one the left (short stick) is a 5 speed transfer case shifter. The one one the roght ( long stick) is the main tranny. The transfer gears are in an upside down 5 speed pattern. R 4 2 | | | ------- | | | 5. 3. 1
Are the numbers on the shift knob upside down? Or just the pattern? Could you post a pic? Any chance the transfer case shifter has the wrong shift knob on it?

Transfer cases on YJ's typically have the pattern pictured below.
11-05-2013 11:18 AM
pegasis409 There are 2 sticks. The one one the left (short stick) is a 5 speed transfer case shifter. The one one the roght ( long stick) is the main tranny. The transfer gears are in an upside down 5 speed pattern.

R 4 2
| | |
-------
| | |
5. 3. 1
11-04-2013 10:39 AM
TigWizard
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Originally Posted by pegasis409 View Post
I'm a newbie with jeeps. Got an '87 yj that has a 5 speed transfer case. Never ran across that before. The 4WD light is on almost constantly. The only time it's off is when accelerating in 4th & 5th gear on the main tranny and 5th gear on the transfer case. Then when up to speed, the light comes on again. Am I missing something? Should the transfer case be in 5th? Neutral?
Does the transfer case have two shifters? Might be an atlas transfer case.
11-03-2013 01:58 PM
pegasis409 I'm a newbie with jeeps. Got an '87 yj that has a 5 speed transfer case. Never ran across that before. The 4WD light is on almost constantly. The only time it's off is when accelerating in 4th & 5th gear on the main tranny and 5th gear on the transfer case. Then when up to speed, the light comes on again. Am I missing something? Should the transfer case be in 5th? Neutral?
10-10-2013 07:54 PM
stevemow HELP! I have a 89 wrangler 2.5l, it will not start without priming. I have replaced everything on the fuel system.. someone mentioned a coolant sensor? Any ideas would be great
09-19-2013 01:49 PM
manmonza Being a newbi I wanted to bump this up.
09-16-2013 05:45 PM
mikes70 Hi, I'm new to this forum not sure where to post questions. Anyway, I have a 4cyl YJ and a 6 cyl YJ. I swapped the motor's as the body of the 6cyl was done. I changed the wire harness under the hood but not under the dash. When I turn the key to the one position I get power but when trying to start it I get nothing. When I step on the break the starter cylinoid clicks. The 6cyl has abs and ac but do not want them in the 4cyl do I need to change the wire harness under the dash? Not sure why I'm having this problem. ANYONE????
09-15-2013 04:07 PM
Ssegal9234
Mount 97 wrangler rear bumper...

To my 1991 YJ?Will I be able to match this up?


Thanks
08-25-2013 08:27 AM
ronster information is the key.....good job
08-18-2013 11:26 AM
Sammyjammy3
Do chips work ??

I have a 91 renegade setting up for my daughter to use to go back and forth to school
Will a chip really increase mileage
07-23-2013 05:51 PM
Decoy_58 I like this Could you post something about intake/exhaust especially how the gaskets go on Mine came with a big metal with fiber back covers all ports coming out of head
Also there was a shorter blue gasket that cover only the intake ports Mine is a 4.2 with carburater
07-18-2013 11:30 PM
CaliforniaYJ Thanks!!
07-11-2013 11:59 PM
KentuckyMike
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Originally Posted by jakie d View Post
Hey guys, i was looking for a thread just about asking general questions and this was the best i could find. I was wondering if any of you have installed a carpet kit in your wrangler yj. Mine is rhino lined and i just bought a molded acc carpet kit with the mass backing. My question is do i need the jute padding or any heat resistant padding to put under it?
Mine has carpet, no liner and no padding, and its all factory inside except my console and rear seat removed to install sub box.. if your carpet has backing on it, plus the Rhino liner, it should be just fine.
07-11-2013 11:53 PM
KentuckyMike
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Originally Posted by Welder View Post
Mike, Thanks for taking the time to post this info. Very helpful to a jeep newb. Just starting to work on my YJ now after having it 8 months. Again, many thanks, good info!
Your quite welcome. in 33 years of working on cars, drag cars, Jeeps and trucks, I have learned a lot of tricks from a lot of good people. To me, it is always good to pass it on when possible. That paraffin wax trick is old one, but a trick most do not know about. It will even remove bolts easily from aluminum that are completely frozen up.
07-11-2013 11:47 PM
KentuckyMike
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Originally Posted by Pistilchick View Post
I have a 89 yj and was wondering if anyone can tell me what I can do about the passenger floor getting extremely hot . I have accidently put a bag of food there and it melted everything that was chocolate ect... Also if you are wearing sandals it can feel very hot on your skin . I've tried different settings on the heat controls but nothing seems to make a difference . Nothing worse than driving in the summer and feeling heat from your floor .
The catalytic converter is directly under the passengers side floor. It may have a missing heat shield or a plugged catalytic converter. If it is sluggish under throttle or pinging under hard acceleration, it is prob. a plugged converter. They will also smell funny too. Some fuel additives(such as SeaFoam) can cause a converter to plug up real quick, get hot, and cause issues with the motor due to no exhaust escaping. Since it is an 89' model, I would say the converter needs replaced or removed(if you do not have to Emission Check it to get your license plates).
07-11-2013 12:48 PM
Pistilchick I have a 89 yj and was wondering if anyone can tell me what I can do about the passenger floor getting extremely hot . I have accidently put a bag of food there and it melted everything that was chocolate ect... Also if you are wearing sandals it can feel very hot on your skin . I've tried different settings on the heat controls but nothing seems to make a difference . Nothing worse than driving in the summer and feeling heat from your floor .
07-10-2013 08:55 AM
plum70crazy this is great information, thank you.
06-19-2013 01:05 PM
Dooley the Clown Does anybody have a vacuum hose schematic for a 95, 4 cyl, straight shift with a/c?

Great thread btw.
05-07-2013 10:52 PM
Fredzo
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Originally Posted by MikeMTJ View Post
Soak it in PB blaster over night. Try again tomorrow.

Always take the fill plug off first!
Best info I ever heard from my Grandpa , 40 years ago!
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