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Unread 06-01-2013, 10:19 AM   #4951
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[QUOTE=243;15505516]Dude, my cousin-out-law had a WRX and I rode with him from my Mom's place over the causeway to Galveston to pick up some odds and ends, I have to say that son-of-a-bisquit was blindingly fast; in fact, I think that flat-four WRX pulled harder than any street car I have been in in my life.[/QUOTE]

nuff said...

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Unread 06-01-2013, 10:37 AM   #4952
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After ALL THESE YEARS OF READING. Reading things that didn't make ANY sense at all! Thinking, "I need to understand", but never really getting it. IT HAS ALL COME CRASHING TOGETHER IN A CULMINATION OF JEEP KNOWLEDGE NEVER BEFORE EXPERIENCED BY ANY HUMAN! Yep. It's true. I wouldn't lie. You KNOW me! Sooo, you wanna know what happened this morning?? C'mon... guess. Yep. I GOT IT!

PILOT BUSHING REMOVAL

Pilot bushing, you say? You want to know what a pilot bushing is, and what it does?? I don't have any idea! I just know you need it, AND I know WHERE IT GOES, and HOW TO GET IT OUT! Thanks to the members of this heer forim.

You can see, in the pics that follow, the 258 block sitting quietly, although without grace, in the trailer.

Then, you can see the pilot bushing with my indispensible can of Sili-Kroil... compliments of a friend in Illinois.

Then some bread. Yeah, yeah, I was a might peckish.

Fill the hole with bread.

Drive in a large bolt. Add more bread, if needed.

And, DEWD! IT COMES RIGHT OUT!

That is the coolest thing I have ever experienced. Even better than a WRX gittin it over a causeway!

Too bad the pilot bushing for a T18 DOES NOT FIT A 4.0L! Going to have to get it turned down. The new one is aluminum? Why is the brass one so chewed up? Which one should I use? Delays, delays...
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Unread 06-01-2013, 10:47 AM   #4953
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I've used grease in place of the bread. Amazing that an old way of doing things is still around. You'd think the obd1 would be able to take that out for you, even though it is in the 258. Computers.....well let me just say they can't replace the human brain. Did you have any bread left over for a sandwhich? Aint you glad Papa Billy is so old and knows this stuff?
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Unread 06-01-2013, 12:16 PM   #4954
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Sorry Scott, I forgot all about the wiring stuff for the 4L.

Turns out I told a half truth, .

The bulkhead info I have is for a '94 XJ. But I have a pin out for the ECM connection as well and it is for '91 through '93. I can only assume the bulkhead connector will be the same through those years as far as the main terminals go......and I haven't found anything to contradict that assumption......yet.

I stole these pics from other threads but they show the cavities you need.

'79 bulkhead:



12A is your main power feed
13B is your ignition crank, and
14B is your ignition crank & run

'94 bulkhead (ignore the text regarding the YJ wiring):



12A should be spliced to E4 on the donor harness (Ignition switch feed-10G red).
13B should be spliced to H2 on the donor harness (Engine starter relay-14G yellow)
14B should be spliced to B6 on the donor harness (Ignition start/run-12G dark blue)

The only thing I haven't addressed is the fuel pump. Near as I can tell you just use cavity C4 on the donor harness to trigger the fuel pump relay.
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Unread 06-01-2013, 12:18 PM   #4955
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Sandwich?!? Are you kidding me? Did you see the feed-bag Scooter put on this morning?

Now I'm getting hungry....

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Unread 06-01-2013, 12:40 PM   #4956
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Sandwich?!? Are you kidding me? Did you see the feed-bag Scooter put on this morning?

Now I'm getting hungry....

Matt
Tape worm, probably see its head when he yawns.
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Unread 06-01-2013, 01:05 PM   #4957
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Tape worm, probably see its head when he yawns.



Bill, dude, you've been tearing it up, lately.

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Unread 06-01-2013, 02:00 PM   #4958
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I've used grease in place of the bread. Amazing that an old way of doing things is still around. You'd think the obd1 would be able to take that out for you, even though it is in the 258. Computers.....well let me just say they can't replace the human brain. Did you have any bread left over for a sandwhich? Aint you glad Papa Billy is so old and knows this stuff?
If you use grease you end up getting... greasy. And you know how I like to stay clean when I work!

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Sorry Scott, I forgot all about the wiring stuff for the 4L.

Turns out I told a half truth, .

The bulkhead info I have is for a '94 XJ. But I have a pin out for the ECM connection as well and it is for '91 through '93. I can only assume the bulkhead connector will be the same through those years as far as the main terminals go......and I haven't found anything to contradict that assumption......yet.

I stole these pics from other threads but they show the cavities you need.

'79 bulkhead:



12A is your main power feed
13B is your ignition crank, and
14B is your ignition crank & run

'94 bulkhead (ignore the text regarding the YJ wiring):



12A should be spliced to E4 on the donor harness (Ignition switch feed-10G red).
13B should be spliced to H2 on the donor harness (Engine starter relay-14G yellow)
14B should be spliced to B6 on the donor harness (Ignition start/run-12G dark blue)

The only thing I haven't addressed is the fuel pump. Near as I can tell you just use cavity C4 on the donor harness to trigger the fuel pump relay.
Beautiful! Just what I needed. Thanks so much, JW.

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Sandwich?!? Are you kidding me? Did you see the feed-bag Scooter put on this morning?

Now I'm getting hungry....

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Bill, dude, you've been tearing it up, lately.

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Yeeeeesssssss, he has, hasn't he!? But you just wait... he'll post up pizza and beer within the next 2 days. Betcha...

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Tape worm, probably see its head when he yawns.
I can't help it. This comment made me laugh until I had snot running down my chin! And you captured your one intellectual thought on the world wide web. Freakin' miracle.
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Unread 06-01-2013, 04:00 PM   #4959
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Bill, dude, you've been tearing it up, lately.

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Keep feeding me,
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1984 Grand Wagoneer, 1 ton axles, great 360/727, and a big a$& tree fell on it .
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Unread 06-01-2013, 04:08 PM   #4960
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Keep feeding me,
From shooting blanks, to Peep shows, to tape worms....ahhh, I love the JF.

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Unread 06-01-2013, 05:13 PM   #4961
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I was installing the new 258 water pump on the 4.0 block. Clay had it painted up. The vanes on the pump hit the cylinder sleeve! The old 258 pump doesn't hit. The 4.0 pump doesn't hit. The new pump hits!
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Unread 06-01-2013, 05:37 PM   #4962
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The 4L bore is .125 larger but i wouldn't think that would make the vanes hit the cyl wall.....but you made sure to get the 4.2 pump for a serp belt, right?

Actually, why use a 4.2 pump at all?
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Unread 06-01-2013, 07:10 PM   #4963
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The 4L bore is .125 larger but i wouldn't think that would make the vanes hit the cyl wall.....but you made sure to get the 4.2 pump for a serp belt, right?

Actually, why use a 4.2 pump at all?
Not doing the serp belt. That would be cool, but I am keepig everything 258 that I can, because I have it already. Using the 258 water pump, I keep the 258 cooling system, and I have no need for an electric fan. At least... I think!
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Unread 06-03-2013, 09:05 PM   #4964
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Ordered a pilot bushing from Novak today. $28!!! Yelp!@%#.
Still fussing with motor mounts, Crank Position Sensor, and water pump.
Will this thing EVER go into the Jeep?
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Clay's eyeball at the ER the other day...
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