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post #1 of 6 Old 08-13-2017, 05:14 PM Thread Starter
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Can anyone tell me the size of the two missing bolts in the photo? It is where the pump bracket attaches to the engine. There was one in the top left but was just there not threaded in there. In the middle of a heater box replacement I seem to keep finding other things that need addressed.

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post #2 of 6 Old 08-13-2017, 10:44 PM
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IIRC, there is one bolt that has a nut on the end. I can't tell you the size though.

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I found a better photo of what I need online, I'm looking for the two bolts in the photo. My 90 has a v-belt that runs the P/S pump and those bolts are missing on mine.
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post #4 of 6 Old 08-17-2017, 09:29 AM
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My '94/2.5L bracket, is completely different than yours(in that pic). The bracket is held on to the exhaust manifold by 2 different bolts. Only one bolts onto the front. The '94 parts manual says that the bolt part number is "J812 5845". It could be completely different than yours though. If you Google that number, it does come up with it being used on a '90 exhaust system and power steering pump though. Although it says it's for an export Jeep.

Hopefully someone with a '90 parts manual can confirm that.

Here's what I got in the search:

https://fcapartsdb.com/ckd/1990/jeep...-comanche.html

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Does your 94 have a v-belt or the serpentine belt?
I keep running into answers but for the serpentine set up not the V-belt.
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Serpentine. Here's a pic of my bracket and pump. The bolt above the pulley to the left is the one I referenced with the part#. Above the pulley on the right is the bolt that comes in from the back.





After looking at this pic, I believe that the part# I gave you is incorrect.



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This is the '94 parts page.

The bolt in the pic is actually #9 and the part# is J045 6958. I don't have the adjustment bracket that bolt #7 bolts onto.

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