Finally got mine running again after a 3 month hiatus. After a nice August weekend wheeling trip, had no oil pressure. Dropped the pan, turned out to be a clogged oil pickup. Fixed that, but busted the exhaust. Fixed the exhaust, but sheared a bolt in the head. Had the heads re-done and the sheared bolt taken out, put it all back together, and here we are today! Man, it's a good feeling to have her back!
1990 Grand Wagoneer.
SOA/SF. 33 MTs, D44 4.10 F/R Locked Rear, Eddie Intake, Holley TA 670, HEI, OBA, 12k Winch, Beefy Bumpers F/R.
^Congrats on that!!
Found the burnt fuse for the radio n replaced.. hurray for sounds again! omw out the door to re-connect my amp and sub.
I can't find the Wiper circuit breaker at a parts store though...
Yesterday I joined three other CFSJA forum FSJs and several members to participate in the Denver area Toys for Tots program. It was impressive to see a line of 4x4 vehicles that took almost two and a half hours to pass single file past the Marines who were collecting toys.
Put another electric fuel on the beast wagon ,
Cant believe it 2 in as many months ,
The first one lasted years .
Ill be doing some research to find out what the best pump out there now . Im not sure who made my first one but it lasted ,
And I cant stand being on the side of the road ( even more so with my wife and 3 little ones.)
The stock mechanical pump use to vapor lock in the heat of summer
1988 Grand Waggoneer (20 years of service and still running strong)
Changed mine when i did the lift on mine a few months back. It was cheap and super easy to do.
Also did the calipers in front... a bit more $ for those but equally as easy and def beats paying a mechanic to do something I did in about an hour all around