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Unread 07-23-2013, 06:16 PM   #1
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Is there a master parts catalog or parts number list?

Hey Guys,
I have been searching all over to find the part number for the brake fluid level sensor for a 1994 YJ. I can't find the part number anywhere (including at the dealer / OEM parts web sites).

Does anyone know if there is a master parts list with parts numbers that I could find? It seems like a lot of the stores have the attitude that if they don't sell it, it doesn't exist.

This is what I am looking for, but in a 1994 fitment (I sent these guys an email too):

http://www.jeep4x4center.com/sensor-...5013903aa.html

Thanks,
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Unread 07-23-2013, 06:28 PM   #2
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Yes there is. You can often find them on the Google.

I see no fluid level switch, so it must be part of a larger assembly and not sold separately.

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I had this conversation with another member a while back and the only solution was at the junkyard. Perhaps someone is parting out a jeep that could sell you one.
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Unread 07-24-2013, 06:25 AM   #4
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The parts catalog you are looking for is on the same website as you were looking at.
They are at: http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowled...x.htm#catalogs
Scroll down the page a bit and the links for the catalogs are there.
If you right click on the links there you can download and save a copy on your computer.

There isn't any brake fluid level sensor in YJ's.

The only switch/sensors in the brake system are:
1) Brake light switch on the brake pedal under the dash
2) E-Brake switch on the e-brake assembly under the dash
3) Pressure differential switch in the proportioning valve.
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The parts catalog you are looking for is on the same website as you were looking at.
They are at: http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowled...x.htm#catalogs

There isn't any brake fluid level sensor in YJ's.

The only switch/sensors in the brake system are:
1) Brake light switch on the brake pedal under the dash
2) E-Brake switch on the e-brake assembly under the dash
3) Pressure differential switch in the proportioning valve.
I think he is probably looking for number 3.
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Thank you all, I guess it must be the pressure differential switch! Man, I spent an hour looking for this online. I really appreciate your help. In most of the online store catalogs, I would browse ALL of the brake parts, but never find it. Also, I would browse all of the Engine & Electrical parts, but never find anything.

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Yes there is. You can often find them on the Google.

I see no fluid level switch, so it must be part of a larger assembly and not sold separately.

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Thanks for your help Tim, I really appreciate the parts catalog image. From what I have been able to tell, the pressure differential switch comes with the proportioning valve (which kind of sucks, because mine is leaking). I guess I could try to find a new o-ring and reseat mine, but I have to find an O-ring that is built to handle brake fluid.

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