I had this same issue.. I bought a tank from Advance for 120 15 Gallon
No zero issues.. For the PITA that it is to pull it down id change it out..
I meant the tank or sending unit when I first had the tank out and put it back I had a leak from clamps that weren't tight enough they were the high pressure ones from napa I tightened them up and tested it everything was good I started it today and moved it and noticed a puddle under the jeep but while i had it moved out of the driveway I didn't see anything on the ground but the front Driverside corner of the tank is soaked so I'm thinking leaking line or even metal line on the pump assembly.
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Just ordered some LED rock lights for my jeep. But i need a little advice. What i want to do is hook my lights up to the pressure release switch that is on my doors that make interior lights come on when you open the door but i also want them on a switch where I can switch them on when i need them. So is this how you would hook it up Sorry about the sucky picture the Army doesnt teach you how to draw electrical circuits.
Jeep.... If I Wanted A Hummer Id Ask Your Sister....
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93 YJ, 2" BL w/ 2.5" springs, rear track bar removed, 31x10.50s DuraTracs, 4.0, 5 speed
On a quiet night you can hear the sounds of a HUMMER rusting in the mud, and the man crying when a JEEP is pulling him out
I did the nutter bypass and put a set of 33s on mine. im very happy with the bypass, it runs much smoother. wasnt too sure about it at first because i had some serious stumbling/hestitation when starting off from a stoplight, but a quick correction in the timing(i was about 4 degrees off) now it seems to drive fine. i think me being just about out of gas was a contributing factor as well As far as the 33s go, my yj only has what i believe to be a 2 or 2.5 inch lift, so ive got some fender flare rubbage. i dont plan on doing much flexing till spring when i install my 4 in. kit
Well actually it was 11pm last night, but I installed rear LED lights did boxs instead of flush mount dont care for the flush look. Then had to adress the reverse lights after I almost ran over some people at the local walmart who missed the bright red Jeep with the bright red lights backing out of its parking spot so, a couple of Big rig marker lights did the trick. Oh also had to lower the license plate bracket to clear the light.
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Tested the electrical wiring for the 4 wd drive indicator light. It's OK. Took the firewall mounted switch and bench tested it with and ohm meter and vacuum. It's OK. Put it back in the jeep put it in 4 wd and NO light. Put vacuum on the switch and no light. The next thing to do tomorrow is check and make sure there is a good ground connection from the switch and that the vacuum line from the motor on the axle is not plugged. After that hasn't been determined yet.
Lets see.... I stripped the old factory stickers and stripes, removed and polished old external hardware on the hood, Painted the whole jeep to a semi flat black, relocated the license plate, polished the mag wheels, replaced the rear view mirror, washed armor-all(d) the wheels (post polish) and replaced broken door handle rod inserts.
I put my intake together for about $50 total. I went with the breather on the valve cover because my original breather hose for the stock intake box was crushed and taped shut. Replaced that with a chunk of junk hose and it nearly melted from the heat (was not a heat-safe hose). Replaced that with a chunk of heater hose before I did my intake.
People used to say the same thing about the valve cover breathers on Civic's...that it was better to leave the stock setup for Vtec breather. I tried it both ways and I saw no noticeable difference and if someone can give me some proof that one setup is better than the other, I'll surely switch to whichever is best. Meanwhile, I've seen a notable improvement to the Jeep's top end and revs seem more responsive from the bottom up. These small motors open up like a beer can when you open up both ends, intake and exhaust. My exhaust is a high-flow cat to a Magnaflow. That little extra pep makes it that much more fun to drive.
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85 Suzuki GS700 - ugly
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Installed Tuffy glove box today. Yesterday bought 2 seats from JY. One from a 2000 Cavalier and one from a 97 Sunfire. Both cars were 2 door and seats are not direct bolt in. So what I thought was going to be a quick install will take a little longer which will actually work out for the best. I can allow for a little more room between the seats for my Tuffy console.