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Unread 03-17-2010, 09:12 PM   #1
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1995 Jeep wrangler wireing clust fudge

Hey Yall, Im new here, just puttin that out there.
I have a 95 wrangler 4cly 5spd but i replaced the drivetrain with a 93 cheerokke i6 auto, with the cheerokkes stock engine harness which was cut and added to by the old owner but it ran when pulled, I have a 95 i4 and i6 dash harness, with the i6 nothing but the pas. tail light works and its on full time, and with the i4 both tail lights are on full time unless i pull out the hazzards then they shut off, i suck at wiring just to let you all know
i want to take it to a shop and have it finished but the only shop that will touch it wants 75$ an hour which is ridiculous, id spring for 40$ or so but not 70$, so does anyone know whats wronf with it or live near fort pierce fl? ill bring it to you and pay you but not 75 an hour unless youll have it dont in an hour, you can also call or text me if you have ideas 772 828 1274
thanks yall, and yes ive had a mechanic look at it but he can go any futhur with it so no im stuck
and its lifter 8.5 inches with a welded front axle, and 8000 lb mile marker winch and is either getting mudkings 35s or millitary 37s

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Unread 03-18-2010, 02:36 PM   #2
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Unread 03-18-2010, 03:05 PM   #3
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Are you talking about the tail lights not working properly, if so then check you brake light switch thats attached to the brake pedal lever. My tail light,bake lights blinkers etc wasnt working right a few weeks ago. My switch had dirt and crud and couldnt move causing the lights bot to work right. If the wiring is all hacked up then I dont know what to say except try and find a good un-cut one which is what I did.
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Unread 03-18-2010, 03:07 PM   #4
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I wish it was only tail lights, they acually come one, only thing that does, nothing at all works and the tail lights just stay on full time
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Unread 03-18-2010, 03:30 PM   #5
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So everything else on the jeep is fine wiring wise? My lights were acting crazy I had...

No tail lights,no brake lights, blinker worked on passenger side only and both lights worked on hazzard. It ended up being a stuck stop light switch, a lil WD-40 and a flat head screw driver to break it loose and all is good now. If you look at your brake pedal the switch is about half way up and a real PITA to get to since the YJs are so small cab wise. Other than that i dont know it could be a lot of things wiring wise but Id check all your grounds really good.
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Unread 03-19-2010, 02:53 PM   #6
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I dont know how else to say it bud, NOTHING WORKS EXCEPT THE TAIL LIGHTS the tail light are on full time, NOTHING ELSE TURNS ON
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Unread 03-19-2010, 03:14 PM   #7
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you bought it like this?
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Unread 03-19-2010, 03:19 PM   #8
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I had similar problems when someone tried to hotwire the vehicle, it fried most of the systems.
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Unread 03-27-2010, 05:31 PM   #9
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no its a motor swap, and this site has almost no responses, ill try a smaller site, not to be an *** but i cant wait forever for an answer or 2 I need it back on the road because my truck need insurence work done
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Unread 03-27-2010, 06:56 PM   #10
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Hey Yall, Im new here, just puttin that out there.
I have a 95 wrangler 4cly 5spd but i replaced the drivetrain with a 93 cheerokke i6 auto, with the cheerokkes stock engine harness which was cut and added to by the old owner but it ran when pulled, I have a 95 i4 and i6 dash harness, with the i6 nothing but the pas. tail light works and its on full time, and with the i4 both tail lights are on full time unless i pull out the hazzards then they shut off, i suck at wiring just to let you all know
i want to take it to a shop and have it finished but the only shop that will touch it wants 75$ an hour which is ridiculous, id spring for 40$ or so but not 70$, so does anyone know whats wronf with it or live near fort pierce fl? ill bring it to you and pay you but not 75 an hour unless youll have it dont in an hour, you can also call or text me if you have ideas 772 828 1274
thanks yall, and yes ive had a mechanic look at it but he can go any futhur with it so no im stuck
and its lifter 8.5 inches with a welded front axle, and 8000 lb mile marker winch and is either getting mudkings 35s or millitary 37s
I think your best bet is to install the original harness for your old 2.5. The only diffference between it and the one for the 4.0 was two additional wires for the two extra enjectors. I will see if I can find the wiring diagram showing where those wires go. I am nitt so sure about the brain but I'll look into it also.
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Unread 03-27-2010, 07:54 PM   #11
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no its a motor swap, and this site has almost no responses, ill try a smaller site, not to be an *** but i cant wait forever for an answer or 2 I need it back on the road because my truck need insurence work done
Whoa! You want someone to be able to tell you how to fix a butchered wiring harness. And you want it now? OK get the proper harness and swap it in. Problem solved. There is no way to fix it other than to study the wire diagrams for each ciruit and find whats wrong and fix it. Then move to the next and repeat. That could be a days worth of work or a week depending on how butchered it is. Looking at the pics you posted of what was spliced it's hard to tell....
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I think your best bet is to install the original harness for your old 2.5. The only difference between it and the one for the 4.0 was two additional wires for the two extra enjectors. I will see if I can find the wiring diagram showing where those wires go. I am nitt so sure about the brain but I'll look into it also.
Above is a quote of my answer to you. That may not be entirely true because you are going from a 4 cylinder to a 6 cylinder engine. The distributer is different and there are two more injectors to deal with.

Here are two pictures that show the differences in wiring at the PCM.



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Unread 03-28-2010, 11:15 AM   #13
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These PCM (brain) part numbers came from a list I have of part numbers but it is not really clear what goes where but I think I have it figured out. These number are for all YJ’s from 1994 -1996 although there were no actual ’96 YJ’s that I am aware of made for use in the USA.
It is a bit confusing because this number list is probably not complete from what I have seen/read.
RFI = Radio suppression
4.0 with a manual transmission:
1994(?): 5602 7579 W/RFI, 1995: 5602 8837,

2.5 with an automatic transmission:
1995: 5602 8839, 1994(?): 5602 7684 W/RFI,
1995: 5602 7680, 1995: 5602 7682, 1994(?):5602 7676, 1994(?): 5602 7684,
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