Originally Posted by USMC_XJ
OBDII didn't come out until 96. Other than that, everything is right. You also need to get a new transmission also. Because the I put spline count and depth were different from 90-91, when you get the transmission, get the transfer case that came already bolted to it. 91-99 XJ dana 30 were HP. 95+ had the bigger 297 Ujoints. Unless the pre 96 had abs. Those had the bigger Ujoints also. Pre 91 hp dana 30 were vacuum disconnect. So, unless you want to deal with getting a cable lock, stick to 91+.
I could have sworn the last of the comanches had OBDII
, guess i need to think before i speak (type) thanks for the correction USMC_XJ
and as for the Disconnect issues, there is a SUPER simple fix to this, so if you find one for a good deal dont be afraid to take a look, BUT if you do find a non disconnect in the same condition and for the same price got for it instead.