Doing the front and rear pinion seals and the transfer case output seal. Since I have the shafts off, I figured I do all the uv joints also.
And after a long day of back and forth to the parts store and fiddling with the rear pinion nut, I only got the rear shaft u joints and the transfer case seal done. I couldn't budge that pinion nut. I'm gonna bring it down to a friends shop tomorrow to get that but off.
(yes, while taking the last pic I realized that I accidently ran the e-brake cables and abs sensors under the upper arms. They belong on top.)[/QUOTE]
You ran the e-brake and abs cables under the arms, they should be on top.lol
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Installed K&N FIPK today. got to say I'm very happy with it. Not only is the sound awesome, the throttle response improved a great deal. It doesn't feel like I gained any horsepower, but I didn't care about gaining HP anyways. They claim you are suppose to gain 13hp. But it was definitely worth the money.
I have an 02 2wd HO same color and feel like my transmission is going to give out on me soon too, how much did you pick one up for, is the install hard?
I got a steal. $150 for one with 69k. It's not hard if you've done it before, but if you haven't it's tough. I had to drop my exhaust too. You need at least two people to stay safe, three makes it easiest. If you have an experienced buddy, do that. A shop down here in Texas wanted $600. I was like, hell no, I'll do it myself for that.
/ 2002 WJ 4.7 H.O. / Flowmaster 50 SUV / Magnaflow Cats / Rocking that 2WD! /
It's in front of the transmission pan, closer to the front if the vehicle.
Ive got 2 pans, the front pan has a drain plug, the pan further back beneath the bell housing does not, but says oil pan on it. The oil pan is definitely the front one, does that mean the trans pan is the one behind it.