Easy but very time consuming for my first time. Didn't have an in/lb torque wrench so I had to kind of guess at one adjustment. Took nearly 11 hrs....if I had to do it again I'm sure it would be only arund 5. The how to on here was extremely helpful but wasn't exactly like my gear box. The 93's had a slightly different box than the later ZJ's. Just took my time and everything went back in well. I was installing the pitman arm to the box when I decided to check for looseness in the gearbox. Had my wife moving the wheel back and forth and notice that the input shaft had an extreme amount of play before the output shaft moved. Removed the box.,redid my adjustments,check the play before installing the box again, and bingo....right on the money. Go her all installed and it works amazing. Considering how old some of my steer components are I was surprised that I had zero play in the steering. I would recommend at minimum doing the adjustments to anyone, anyday. I think I got 90 percent of the air out of my system but gonna carry some extra fluid with me for the next few days, just in case.
So my entire power steering system is virtually new now. New pump, hoses,(installed about a month ago) and rebuilt gear box.....yay for me! :-)
1998 Grand Cherokee:
2.5 OME lift