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That makes a lot more sense, but you asked about...

That makes a lot more sense, but you asked about the WJ. You might want to put a locker or limited slip in the WJ.
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It worked? You must have put a filter in it too!...

It worked? You must have put a filter in it too! :laughing:
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Guys...guys...guys. Chill out will you? With the...

Guys...guys...guys. Chill out will you? With the 42re, the pump doesn't pressurize the converter in park, but does in neutral. Therefore you won't get any fluid out of the cooling lines until the...
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You can use a propane torch. Just crack open the...

You can use a propane torch. Just crack open the valve, DON'T LIGHT IT! Play the tip around suspect areas. The engine will speed up if there's a leak. That elbow looks like it might be leaking where...
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In my experience, most lead babbit bearings are...

In my experience, most lead babbit bearings are usually .001 to .002 clearance. My book for the 4.0 says rod bearings, .0015 to .002, wear limit .003. Main bearing .002, allowable .001 to .0025. I...
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I was going to suggest that, but I thought it was...

I was going to suggest that, but I thought it was too drastic a move. My other thought was cut the cable.
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That should have come out by prying on the filter...

That should have come out by prying on the filter from the outside. Now you'll need a new top assembly. Those tabs and the cover clip hold the filter in when it's under pressure.
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Sounds to me more like a leaking power brake...

Sounds to me more like a leaking power brake booster. That line goes into the back of the mode selector and tubes come out if it and go to various diaphragm units that move the heater doors. That's...
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Just the other day my mechanic got a set of pads...

Just the other day my mechanic got a set of pads for a customer's car from his supplier and one set didn't have the shims, so he called them and they brought up a set. The guy said someone must have...
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It could be a lot of things, but you won't know...

It could be a lot of things, but you won't know until you get some pressure tests.
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Yeah, there's a local shop that is trusted by...

Yeah, there's a local shop that is trusted by many people and do excellent work, but he quoted me $3000 to rebuild a 42re! He said they put in an entirely new valve body and they have the longest...
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Yeah, brain fart! ROTFL! Drill out the center of...

Yeah, brain fart! ROTFL! Drill out the center of the plug and use an easyout to remove it. Flush out any drill chips, and put a new plug in. That's how I handled it.
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When you lift a jeep that has a rear driveshaft...

When you lift a jeep that has a rear driveshaft with a sliding yoke on the t/case end, it pulls the yoke out of the t/case enough to cause a vibration that wears out the end of the t/case output...
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Correct! However I suggest you pull the fill plug...

Correct! However I suggest you pull the fill plug on the T/case BEFORE you drain it! Making sure you can get it out so you can fill it. They are 1/2" pipe plugs with a 10mm hex socket in them. They...
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Now that's funny! My younger brother used to call...

Now that's funny! My younger brother used to call that a "cats-after-me!" Anyway, being a 93, it's beyond my understanding as to how the electrical system is wired, but I suggest loose connections on...
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According to my trans manual, if you only have...

According to my trans manual, if you only have 1st and reverse, you have either a governor or front servo fault. The governor can be checked electrically and the front servo can be pressure checked....
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Yes, the t/case takes the same fluid as the...

Yes, the t/case takes the same fluid as the transmission (ATF+4), UNLESS you have the NP249 which takes a special fluid available only from a dealer. HOWEVER, the newer constant 4wd t/cases may be...
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Try putting Vasoline around the sealing surface...

Try putting Vasoline around the sealing surface of the cap and clear the code. Even though to looks good, it may not be sealing. This will eliminate it as the culprit. If the code comes back, look...
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The wire you have to look at is the smaller of...

The wire you have to look at is the smaller of the 2 coming from the battery terminal and goes to the Power Distribution Center. (Fuse/relay box under the hood) That wire supplies everything but the...
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Any jeep driver's seat cushion assembly will fit...

Any jeep driver's seat cushion assembly will fit your base track system. It's only mounted on 4 studs with 1/2" nuts.
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He said he just changed the cam sensor. I'm...

He said he just changed the cam sensor. I'm thinking crank sensor.
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Those lug nuts you have are original OE parts and...

Those lug nuts you have are original OE parts and really suck! When I had that problem, I bought new ones the same and the caps loosened up the first time I took them off! Somewhere I have a bag of...
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