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Old 07-29-2011, 12:02 AM
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Well today I picked up a 94 yj that was originally a 4cyl. It now has a 4.2l in it. None of the gauges worked so I decided to investigate. And come to find out it looks like the in cab harness has different types of plugs than the gauges. Does anyone have an idea? Iv literally have only had it at the house for 2 hours. Also tomorrow I am going to drop the tranny and replace the front seal. It's leaking a good bit. Any tips to make it easier. I'm very mechanically inclined so don't hold back :P.

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Old 07-30-2011, 12:07 AM   #2
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It's kind weird that someone would put a carbureted engine in a 94. As far as the tranny goes, get a good floor jack and a trusted friend or two.

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Ok it's not carbed. So it must be a 4.0. Also I found out the tranny is a ba-10. I just can't figure out what wiring harness they used because it doesn't match my guage plugs at all
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Best I can figure w/o pictures If it's fuel injected, It's probly a 4.0L and for that year it should be a AX-15 transmission. Unless someone did some serious swapping. Is your crank sensor on the bell housing or the vibration dampner?
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Its in the bellhousing. I started another thread with a pic of my trany and was informed it was a ba-10. I'm also really confused on what was done.... Because it's a 4.0 being it's not carb. But has a ba-10 trany witch from what I read doesn't bolt directly to a 4.0 motor. Then the wiring harness doesn't work with my factory gauge plug....... So I'm lost....lol. But I did replace the input shaft seal and no more leaking!!! Here is what my trany looks like
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