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The connectors (black) to the oil pressure switch has two sides. The side of the connector that attaches to the wiring (green) to the guage has a back plug that keeps popping out ( its white) and a little oil keeps leaking from it. I pushed it back in but it keeps popping out. Is it ruined - and can I fix it - or can I buy that little connector part and just rewire it to the guage wire ?
I believe the synchro needs to be replaced. Whats the average cost of that?
I pulled tank, dumb me didn't mark hoses, had to replace a leaking fuel line, where do the fuel lines go, which line attaches to what on the tank and the fuel rail? I assume one is an inlet and one is an outlet. Any help would be appreciated
How much money are we looking at to repace allof the universal joints front and rear. I now what i can buy the parts for but what would be labor cost to have it done. Thanks Rick
Fluid is full and front brakes are working. Pedal is spongy and the back brakes won't bleed at all
what kind of gears oil is reqired in my i992 jeep wrangler 5 speed manual transmission and how much is required? also the same 2 questions pertaining to my transfer case-i believe this is a c16 tranny
the break lights havent worked for 1 week and the bulbs are good
Noticed a slight intermittent back fire in the carb when shifting into a higher gear. While driving down the highway the day from work it start acting like it was starving for gas and began small burping like backfires in the carb. Ultimately it died on the side on the interstate within 2-3 miles while trying to nurse it off the road. Checked fuel rail. Got gas. But won't fire. Poured a small amount of gas into the carb and it wanted to fire up when I tried to stop. Fuel injector problem? Any suggestion to get started down the right path would be appreciated.
I have replaced the fuel gauge and temp gauge with working ones and my gauge cluster still only lights up on half. My fuel gauge is not working at all and the temp gauge reads hot pegged after about 2-3 minutes. The bulb that illuminates these two gauges is really dim but is getting power. I was checking continuity on the stock plug on the back and something made my tester pop and blew out the blub, now I am having these problems. Any ideas?
I need a slave cylinder and framework done. AAMCO cannot drop the transmission for the rust on the frame and said I would need to cut the frame and weld it back. 160k miles YJ. Where to fix and cost?
Have a 1992 Jeep Wrangler with 246K miles. 4.0L (6 cyl), manual. On a trip, ran ~150 miles, filled tank w/about 9 gallons of gas, tried to start car and would not start. Have in w/ mechanic now. Good compression on all cylinders, good spark, distributor and rotor are good, engine turns when trying to start, solenoid coil good, catalytic convertor not plugged, good air intake, fuel pump good. Don't believe it was bad gas as ~15 other cars filled at the same pump after me and had no issues. The mechanic refers to fuel injectors as having a lot of fuel going to them. He seems to be coming to a loss as to what the problem could be. Need some thoughts or suggestions, because the engine just won't start. Thanks
I apologize, the Jeep Wrangler is a 4 cylinder, not a six. Will the labor time still be 2 hours on a 4 cylinder, like on the 6?
cost, parts and labor, to replace an oil pump, if the motor has to be dropped
Ihave to crank the engine several times before the fuel pump puts out enough pressure to run right. some times it willhave enough fuel to idle roughly for ashort time, then the pump makes a popping sound an then the engine runs fine. this is a 1 year old oem pump.