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Unread 02-05-2013, 07:50 AM   #1
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Removing 4.2 help please

Ok so I've finally have enough money saved up to get my motor rebuilt after the jeep has say for 2 years. Question is I've never pulled a motor before so can someone PLEASE chime in and tell me what I need/have to do so I can get it to the machine stop. Thanks big times guys

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Unread 02-05-2013, 08:44 AM   #2
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Take off the fenders, front grill, and radiator. Disconnect the battery, fuel rail, and the wiring harness to the bulkhead.

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Take off the fenders, front grill, and radiator. Disconnect the battery, fuel rail, and the wiring harness to the bulkhead.

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ia 4.2 there is NO fuel rail....... there is a pump on teh side of the block passenger side... 2 lines... remove them and cap thme off
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ia 4.2 there is NO fuel rail.......
Unless it's been converted...
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