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post #46606 of 72053 Old 07-19-2013, 03:00 AM
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Loaded my YJ up to take my girl camping/ scouting for deer up north for the weekend. Picked her up, drove to my house to pick up my binos and as I drive in my water pump sprayed everywhere... Needless to say my YJ is grounded to her garage for now.

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post #46607 of 72053 Old 07-19-2013, 05:04 AM
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Is that a 6 digit speedometer?
Reads 170000.....about to fully change to 170001.

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post #46608 of 72053 Old 07-19-2013, 07:38 AM
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[quote=kgb_m3;15694163][quote=CDW_327;15692794]Finally got my trans rebuilt for the second time after some second thoughts on part choices. First time around I just had some stock replacement parts in there. Second time around, I have Kevlar bands, Transpro stage 2 shift kit and a high stall converter. Should be a runner now!
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Do you have a write up or detailed info on this. Very interested and is that TF999?
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post #46609 of 72053 Old 07-19-2013, 09:01 AM
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No write up, just some blown up diagrams. These transmissions are about the simplest automatic transmission out there so taking them apart and putting them back is not all that hard. Really all you need to rebuild one tool wise is a good set of 3/8 drive sockets and a good pair of snap ring pliers and maybe a screw driver/pry bar.

Yes, these trannys are technically a TF999 but all the replacement parts will be for a TF904, don't even mention 999 when looking for parts. Out of all the tranny guys I talked to (which was a lot) none of them had even really heard of a TF999. Just get parts for a 904, it was used in pretty much every chrysler product from 1962 to 1994.

The shift kit is very easy to install. It can be installed with the tranny still in the jeep because its all in the valve body.

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post #46610 of 72053 Old 07-19-2013, 10:31 AM
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Skids fixed. Lockers are getting gone through right now when I get home tonight the harness install starts. Oil change and five tire rotation now I just need a Durango box and to decide if I'm gonna skid and brace it
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post #46611 of 72053 Old 07-19-2013, 11:02 AM
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Finished up my TJ flares



Discovered a gas leak from on top of the tank. Im assuming its a hose gone bad but if it ends up being the tank, I have a brand new one in my garage to swap in. Also considering finally installing the CJ tailgate since the tank will be down anyways and I could do the backing plates for the hinges

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post #46612 of 72053 Old 07-19-2013, 12:17 PM
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Finished sanding it!

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Tomorrow I'll lay down more paint and then hopefully be finished with the painting portion of this transformation.

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post #46613 of 72053 Old 07-19-2013, 03:22 PM
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So while I sit here waiting for the tow truck... I'm thinking that the gas leak I discovered earlier is why I just stalled out and can't start. So it looks like my night will consist of dropping the tank. Any tips or suggestions?

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post #46614 of 72053 Old 07-19-2013, 03:26 PM
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Try to attach a piece of wood a little smaller than the tank to the jack. It'll help you keep it stable when dropping and installing. Although if the tank is empty it shouldn't be a problem. Drop the right side first so you can get the filler vents out more easily

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post #46615 of 72053 Old 07-19-2013, 03:57 PM
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Removed the O ring from my brake proportioning valve. Rear brakes are a million times better. Pedal still feels too soft tho. No air in the lines. I'll be looking into upgrading my master cylinder soon.

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post #46616 of 72053 Old 07-19-2013, 04:01 PM
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Anyone else have problems with the seatbelt buzzer killing the gauges at random? I've wiggled it every which way and it seems that it will buzz and give new life to my gauges. Then it quits.
Nevermind. It was a scarred fuse. A little dielectric grease on the IGN/LPS fuse and its right as rain.

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Anyone else have problems with the seatbelt buzzer killing the gauges at random? I've wiggled it every which way and it seems that it will buzz and give new life to my gauges. Then it quits.
I wonder if you just disco'd or cut the wire it would eliminate the short? Mines been kinda trippy lately too n I've thought about just removing it all together. I mean who uses those anyway? (The buzzer, not the seatbelts) It buzzes for 2 seconds and its off.

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Anyone else have problems with the seatbelt buzzer killing the gauges at random? I've wiggled it every which way and it seems that it will buzz and give new life to my gauges. Then it quits.
Why not just unplug that annoying *****!

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Working on the bump stops

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post #46620 of 72053 Old 07-19-2013, 04:33 PM
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Ok I got the tank down. Would a pin hole in the tank cause my jeep to stall?

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