Hi guys, sorry i know next to nothing about these cars, I bet yall do. I'm working on an '89 wrangler "laredo", straight 6 engine. I put a new exhaust manifold on. There are quite a few wires/lines on the driver side that I'm not sure where to connect. Anyone have wiring diagrams? A vacuum diagram would be nice too. I'm also having trouble w/ the throttle linkage, haven't a clue how to hook it all up. gee everything is weird, I'm used to working on my 300zx! anything anyone can help w/ is appreciated, thanks..
didnt pay attention when you took it apart,did you?no problem.as far as vacuum lines go there SHOULD be an emissions info sticker under the hood some where.follow that,you should be ok.as far as the throttle linkage and wires go,do one of two things;either find someone you know that has a similar jeep and use it as a pattern or go to a part store and buy a repairmanual (either chilton or hayes)and follow that.you should be okay after that.now for some advice.next time,put a piece of tape on both sides of the connections and mark it for reassembly
Pick up a Chilton's manual--may have to go somewhere like Books-a-Million to find it (versus the Haynes manuals available at car parts stores), but it will have all of the stuff you are looking for, in detail, and it's less than $15.
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Where can I get the mechanics service manual? I am trying to put my dash back together and my Chilton's is next to useless. Is the Hayne's any better for the electrical diagrams?
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