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It looks like the first persons/posters question...

It looks like the first persons/posters question was hijacked. I don't have an answer for your question but you need to know that there is no "alarm" that tells you when your engine is overheating....
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If I understand correctly, you have a Rezeppa...

If I understand correctly, you have a Rezeppa type front driveshaft? They are not designed to be used with a lift above maybe 1". A 2-3" lift will definitely snap them. It can easily be rebuilt for...
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You have to remember that these are old parts and...

You have to remember that these are old parts and constantly on use. They are just like any mechanical or electrical device that has an expected useful life. Mine crapped out and I didnt do anything...
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It will be interesting to see how long it holds...

It will be interesting to see how long it holds up. I have heard some good and bad things about Cardone PCM.s, but hey were for WJ.s I did learn something important and that is the 96&97 dont need...
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No but if it was me, I would have replaced the...

No but if it was me, I would have replaced the radiator and hoses as well. It runs cool w/o using the A/C?
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I have owned the Jeep 5 years and the only thing...

I have owned the Jeep 5 years and the only thing I have to go on to determine the water pumps age is that the "patina" of the water pump matches the alternator, and I know the alternator is stock. ...
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Posted By blueseasons

AC Delco or MOPAR Water Pump?

Both have American made bearings, AC 2 year warranty and half the price of MOPAR. The one in my 2000 WJ 158k is stock as far as I can tell. I have never had an aftermarket pump last longer than 5...
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You have a broken wire in the door. You just...

You have a broken wire in the door. You just missed it. The BCM will turn the lights off after 15 minutes.
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Personally, not a big fan of aluminum/plastic...

Personally, not a big fan of aluminum/plastic radiators. They are cheap to buy and lighter but they don't hold up even under normal driving. The plastic cracks in high stress places such as necks and...
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Let me think about this out loud. Aluminium...

Let me think about this out loud. Aluminium blocks, aluminum radiator core, aluminum heater cores. I'm thinking coolant filters were intended for cast iron block vehicles? If everything is aluminum,...
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It sounds like you know much more about the 4.0...

It sounds like you know much more about the 4.0 than I do. That engine has been around for many years. I believe it was first designed by AMC and they used it in so many vehicles through out the...
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I'm thinking driving from coast to cost there...

I'm thinking driving from coast to cost there isn't much opportunity to be out in the middle of nowhere. So you are going to Paradise to assists somehow with the fire recovery?
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I would change out the whole cooling system. I...

I would change out the whole cooling system. I wouldn't go anywhere in a 15 year old radiator that has a JB weld patch on it. All the hoses and the water pump, serpentine belt for sure. I'd also...
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If you didn't use MOPAR sensors, that could be...

If you didn't use MOPAR sensors, that could be your problem right there. A decent mechanic should be able to determine if the PCM is sending information. If it is the PCM. My advice would be to avoid...
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Well. Good luck on your trip. I'm not sure I'd do...

Well. Good luck on your trip. I'm not sure I'd do that drive in a WJ with that mileage on it. Some vehicles with that pedigree would handle it without issue, but knowing what I know about these...
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Posted By blueseasons

Before we all get excited here, I'd make sure it...

Before we all get excited here, I'd make sure it isnt the oil pressure sensor. I wonder how engine temp affects this? Does it do it when the engine is cold or at operating temperature?
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In my humble opinion, the QD is a "nice to have"...

In my humble opinion, the QD is a "nice to have" vs. "have to have". If 4 low works thats all you really need.
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Where is it leaking from? The hoses? Just replace...

Where is it leaking from? The hoses? Just replace them. There is a seal between the pump and the reservoir. If that is leaking AND its a MOPAR pump. Just replace that seal. There isn't anything with...
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Posted By blueseasons

More likely than not, the black wire in the...

More likely than not, the black wire in the drivers door boot broke. You need to pull back the black boot between the door and frame and re-solder it. The BCM is designed to turn them off after 15...
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Posted By blueseasons

Might be a few things. Bad circuit board in rear...

Might be a few things. Bad circuit board in rear taillights can affect blinking. Broken wire in the driver's door can effect headlights.
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pet1. Same answer to the same question you asked...

pet1. Same answer to the same question you asked on another Jeep Forum. Instead of "worrying" about it. Change out the sender already.
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Rule #1. Never put any "leak stop" type products...

Rule #1. Never put any "leak stop" type products in any vehicle. Only 2 things can happen. Things can get better or things could get worse. Not good odds. Rule#2. There is no such thing as a $3000...
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Posted By blueseasons

I did what dave said. Just slid the boot back...

I did what dave said. Just slid the boot back from the door, towards the frame and wedged it there. I "gently" tugged on each wire until the black one came apart. The wire insulation was probably...
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Posted By blueseasons

97grand4.0 is correct. This is no way to go about...

97grand4.0 is correct. This is no way to go about solving your problem. What happened to your old PCM? You just may need it. : https://reviews.birdeye.com/flagship-one-149438559399200
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Posted By blueseasons

Where did you get the PCM from? If you got it...

Where did you get the PCM from? If you got it from one of those hack rebuilders in Florida, you may have made no progress.
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