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Unread 04-18-2007, 04:06 PM   #91
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I've got a 2000 jeep wrangler torn apart behind the instrument cluster. Is the PCI wire the purple wire?
I have been trying to find the anwser for you on this but to no avail. You can go to www.techauthority.com to get service manuals and that should have the information you are looking for.

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Unread 04-18-2007, 04:06 PM   #92
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What were the reasons for moving the spare tire off the tailgate on the redesign?
To increase the length of the cargo area
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Unread 04-18-2007, 04:07 PM   #93
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So after trying out a 3-link rear suspension on both the KJ and WJ, Jeep has gone [back] to a 5-link rear on the WK and the new KK. What improvements in the ride and/or handling dynamics have been seen from going from the 3-link to the 5-link? Or, in what areas did the 3-link have deficiencies vs a 5-link design?

I guess to put it bluntly: why the switch back to a 5-link from the 3-link? I studied a little suspension dynamics back in college, so I'm hoping for something a bit more in depth than "it improved the ride"?
It "significantly" improve the ride!
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Unread 04-18-2007, 04:09 PM   #94
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How does the new Selec-Trac II work? Is it like quadra-trac II on the WKs with TCS and the ABS systems braking wheels individually to send power across the drivetrain? On the site I cant really tell. An what modes are there to shift from (2hi, 4ft,4pt,4lo)?
The Select-Trac II is an On Demand case that uses clutch packs to transfer torque to the front axle. The amount depends on a variety of input parameters. It works in conjunction with the ESP traction control system which transfers torque from side to side across an axle based on wheel speed differences. In 4Lo, it effectively locks the f/r props together. This case has 2wd/4 On Demand / Neutral / 4Lo.
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Unread 04-18-2007, 04:10 PM   #95
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What is the stall speed of the orig. 05 CRD TC vs the TC used in the F37 recall?
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Unread 04-18-2007, 04:11 PM   #96
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What is the stall speed of the orig. 05 CRD TC vs the TC used in the F37 recall?
The K factors are the same, therefore they have the same stall speed.
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Unread 04-18-2007, 04:11 PM   #97
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O2 Sensor

I have a 1999 Wrangler with the Straight 6. I replaced my O2 sensors as I had a heater circuit malfunction code on both the front and back sensors. Now I am getting a High Voltage code (P0138) on the rear sensor, and a heater circuit malfunction on the front.

My question is: are the two O2 sensors wired in sequence regarding their heater circuits? Also what typically causes a High Voltage error? Is there a fuse or something else that needs to be replaced?

Thanks for the help.
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Cooling system

So coming to work his morning, I blow a cooling line (or so I thought). I was very close to work, and although the temp rose some, it didn't rise much. After letting it cool off, I go out to look at it. Seems it wasn't a hose, but some sort of valve that the two smaller hoses (running towards the engine comartment). It blew apart at the elbow on top.

I hate to ask so many general maint questions, but I've been so busy, I just haven't had time to go through the Hayne's thouroghly.

Is this part readily available at say... Napa, or will I need to go to a dealer (please don't say salvage)?? What is this part called, and what should it cost??

Other than wear to the part, and it being an indication of age, is this an indicator of any other problem?? I realize that hoses and such need regular changing and such, just wondering if there is something "uncommon" that I should check because of this??

95 cherokee sport.
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Unread 04-18-2007, 04:12 PM   #99
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To increase the length of the cargo area
Was this to keep the overall vehicle length within a certain parameter? vs keeping the spare on the back and simply lengthening the vehicle?
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Well JeepEngineers... Thanks for the input on the Libby. I've gotta jet.. but I have to tell you how much I (and we) all appreciate you coming out and answering questions and supporting Jeepforum and the community.

I learned a lot... so come back and do another wrangler discussion.
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I am having a build up of air in the furl system at the filter head. I bleed the system once a week after 350 miles of driving. I have to bleed it 3 times to get it all out. Are you aware if this is a widespread issue with the CRD fuel system? I have no drips or visable leaks.
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Well JeepEngineers... Thanks for the input on the Libby. I've gotta jet.. but I have to tell you how much I (and we) all appreciate you coming out and answering questions and supporting Jeepforum and the community.

I learned a lot... so come back and do another wrangler discussion.
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I'm new to 4-wheel drive. I read horror stories about breaking it sometimes. I was wondering about this situation:

Say I'm on a narrow trail in 4-WD. What if I need to turn around and the only way to do it is by backing up sharply, and inching forward, then backing up again, and inching forward, and about 5 more times until I finally have the room to straighten out.

Will this break something?
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With the F37 recall there is a minor torque reduction mentioned. Is the torque reduced all the time or only during shifting? How much is the torque reduced?
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