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post #1 of 5 Old 05-21-2019, 07:30 PM Thread Starter
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YJ steering box 90 vs 95

I am going to swap the entire powertrain from a 95 YJ into a 90 YJ. Will the 95 power steering lines be the correct style/size connector to connect to the 90 steering box? Thanks

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depends on if the 90 was power steering... if both power steering then yes....

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So the 95 lines will fit the 90 power steering box without modification?
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So the 95 lines will fit the 90 power steering box without modification?
a simple way to do this type of research yourself is to create an account with Autozone online. Add in a 1990 Jeep YJ 4.0 as one of your vehicles, then add another vehicle a 1995 Jeep YJ 4.0.

Using the 1990 vehicle, search for the power steering lines. The site will provide you a part number for those lines and a price. Without leaving that page, change the vehicle from the 1990 YJ to the 1995 YJ. Once the site updates, if the part for the 1990 will not fit the 1995, the site will plaster a warning that the part does not fit. Or you can simply write down the part number and search for the 1995 same part and see if the parts are the same part number. Often, they are the same.

I will say that if one of the vehicles is a 2.5L (4 banger) and one is a 4.0 (6 cylinder) the lines will not work.
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a simple way to do this type of research yourself is to create an account with Autozone online. Add in a 1990 Jeep YJ 4.0 as one of your vehicles, then add another vehicle a 1995 Jeep YJ 4.0.

Using the 1990 vehicle, search for the power steering lines. The site will provide you a part number for those lines and a price. Without leaving that page, change the vehicle from the 1990 YJ to the 1995 YJ. Once the site updates, if the part for the 1990 will not fit the 1995, the site will plaster a warning that the part does not fit. Or you can simply write down the part number and search for the 1995 same part and see if the parts are the same part number. Often, they are the same.

I will say that if one of the vehicles is a 2.5L (4 banger) and one is a 4.0 (6 cylinder) the lines will not work.
even easier than that, go to https://www.oreillyauto.com/ find the part then click on compatibility and it will show everything that part fits. Also great for finding junk yard donors for certain parts.


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