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  1. cruiser54
    05-11-2016 05:06 PM - permalink
    cruiser54
    We need pics.
  2. r.bruceakin@gmail.com
    05-08-2016 01:40 PM - permalink
    r.bruceakin@gmail.com
    I have a few items under the drivers side dash ('90 Cherokee) that look like they should plug into or have plugs into them. can't find any data that would explain it.
    Got the tail lights working finally, but still looking for the why these are there yet not connected to anything.
  3. desertrat71
    02-01-2016 08:31 PM - permalink
    desertrat71
    Click the image to open in full size.

    i got some more pics of the wires i am having problems with on my 87 cherokee
  4. cruiser54
    01-24-2016 08:39 AM - permalink
    cruiser54
    Better ask Ross. I live in Arizona.
  5. neocracka
    01-12-2016 08:44 PM - permalink
    neocracka
    how's the weather in ontario ross?
  6. Kobywatson1
    01-11-2016 09:06 PM - permalink
    Kobywatson1
    The link doesn't work. But I of course have a question as well. I have an 87 Pioneer 4.0 Auto. Tcase 231 I believe. Command trac. The 4wd quit engaging so I started trouble shooting. I found that the Yellow & White vac lines to the Axle shift motor run into a "plug" that attaches to the shift motor. The previous owner had it zip tied on. So I cut the "plug" off & used rubber hose to connect the vac lines securely. When I did that the 4wd indicator light would come on but 4wd still didn't work. I found a diagram for those vac lines & realized I had the Yellow & White lines in each others place....so I put them in the "correct" spot. I found that the Vacuum Reservoir in the front number was busted so I sealed the hole & even relocated it into the engine bay to shorten the chance of a hose leak. The 4wd still does not engage & now the Indicator light doesn't come on either. PLEASE HELP.
  7. cruiser54
    01-11-2016 07:38 AM - permalink
    cruiser54
    Sorry for the slow response. www.cruiser54.com
  8. jringo
    01-08-2016 08:15 PM - permalink
    jringo
    Where can I find these tips. I'm new to this I dnt even hav a facebook. Sites like this are all Greek to me. Sorry if im being a pain in the butt. I can't find anything on line to help. Thought I mite could get help by join a forum. II'll try figuring out this site while wait on your reply.
  9. jringo
    01-05-2016 10:48 PM - permalink
    jringo
    I posted an issue with my Jeep and was sent your direction. I have an 87 Cherokee 4x4 auto trans 4.0 inline 6. The problem is between 35-45 mph it'll start to buck and when in 3rd gear there's a major loss of power. I've changed IAC, TPS, Fuel pressure reg, fuel pump, battery and alternator as they all needed it. I just can't figure out what else she needs. Any idea. Thank you for any help you give.
  10. Mattloz
    12-29-2015 06:24 PM - permalink
    Mattloz
    hey i have a problem with crank no spark issue i have two post one in "oem talk" and the other in "cherokee talk" they both have the same name " crank no start help" can you read them i really need the help right now

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  • About cruiser54
    Gender
    Male
  • My Cherokee
    Year
    1990
    Model
    Comanche
    Engine
    4.0
    Transmission
    AW4
    Transfer Case
    NP 231
    Front Axle
    Dana 30
    Rear Axle
    Dana 44
    Tires
    235
  • General
    Location
    Prescott, Az
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