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BillyBoy - No can do, not enough room to get one...

BillyBoy - No can do, not enough room to get one in between. Did try it though.
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Has anyone ever tried drilling a hole in the...

Has anyone ever tried drilling a hole in the sensor large enough to get a screwdriver or something through it and torque it out that way? Curious if that might work or if it would just tear it...
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Well, crappy update. Heated the hell outta the...

Well, crappy update. Heated the hell outta the sensor, attached a socket and breaker bar and applied my entire body into it. Now the socket spins around it with force (the ends have been rounded...
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Posted By macgyver

Angry Stuck O2 sensor

So pretty sure I know where this thread is going to lead, but I'm open to suggestions.

Just trying to replace my upstream o2 sensor, however the fricken thing won't budge. I've tried a standard...
06-08-2015, 10:55 PM
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Posted By macgyver

Lights Flickering...Sort of

So I'm in NY...far from home in NC, and as I was headed to "home" tonight (approx 50 min drive total) I noticed about 15 mins in that my lights coming off the highway started pulsing erratically and...
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Sorry for the delay... Hate leaving a dead,...

Sorry for the delay... Hate leaving a dead, unsolved thread. Tough to say what my fix was, however I attempted to take off the front O2 sensor as I was rather sure my aft one was too new for...
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Posted By macgyver

So rather sure the vehicle cooled off enough...

So rather sure the vehicle cooled off enough (it's been a few hours since I had it out) and tried again, following the previous comments website directions to a "T" (can't believe how long it takes...
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Posted By macgyver

That article goes alittle more indepth than some...

That article goes alittle more indepth than some of the others I have read, but the end result (following the driving directions) has been the same. I have completed nearly every bit of it, with the...
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Posted By macgyver

Angry Readiness Monitors

So went to get the Jeep inspected yesterday and it failed due to 3 (Catalyst, O2 Sensor, and O2 Sensor Heater) readiness monitors not being ready. This is a first for me, so naturally I looked into...
02-09-2015, 09:34 AM
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Posted By macgyver

So trying to install my new headlights and...

So trying to install my new headlights and harness however I know I need to replace my headlight switch as it burnt out...irony! Ive consulted my Haynes manual which says to pull the switch out and...
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Posted By macgyver

Did you have any abnormal indications during your...

Did you have any abnormal indications during your drive prior to the stop? ie: sputtering, abnormal throttling, etc.

Sounds to me like a fuel problem and my first guess was a pump or even filter,...
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Posted By macgyver

Second the grounds check. If you can't check...

Second the grounds check. If you can't check yourself, take your ride to autozone, advance auto, etc, and have them test your battery. Might be time for a new one. Or perhaps your alternator is...
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Posted By macgyver

Update: So I decided to go the sheet metal route...

Update: So I decided to go the sheet metal route and already have begun the work. However I'm having a major issue with burn through on the existing body. I won't deny I haven't a lot of experience...
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Posted By macgyver

Appreciate all the replies thus far, yall are...

Appreciate all the replies thus far, yall are great help!

Salad - Sheet may be the cheapest and honestly most practical route to go as it's just the floor side of that pan that has damage. Sides...
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I found c2c on Amazon comically enough which...

I found c2c on Amazon comically enough which offers the pan for $10 more but with cheaper shipping making overall purchase cheaper. Go Amazon!
16-18 gauge is what I'll look at then. Sadly all I...
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Posted By macgyver

c2c has a floor pan for $210 after shipping....

c2c has a floor pan for $210 after shipping. Tractor supply - probably $80 give or take for plain 16 gauge steel sheet metal. I'll have to cut and such to weld to existing outer floor pan.

If I...
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Posted By macgyver

New pan or sheet metal?

So I've always noticed since I acquired my Jeep that following a full fill up of the gas tank, that I can always smell some excessive fumes up front with the windows down especially. Finally decided...
11-22-2014, 10:01 AM
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Posted By macgyver

Well I think I know what bulbs I am getting then....

Well I think I know what bulbs I am getting then. Any reviews or thoughts on that bulb vs some other xenon bulbs hella offers? I see they offer a 60/55w option but not sure how that compares to a...
11-21-2014, 09:13 PM
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Posted By macgyver

Hey all, Looking to make the switch to an H4...

Hey all, Looking to make the switch to an H4 setup from old school no light lights. I've read up on a lot of material here and gotten a lot of great suggestions on what to do, how to do it, and so...
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Posted By macgyver

Sorry for the delay, busy day yesterday of...

Sorry for the delay, busy day yesterday of multiple vehicle maintenance. The hot inspection I did yesterday didn't seem to show over servicing, however the cold one did this morning on the initial,...
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Posted By macgyver

CCKen - Already checked them out. I don't see...

CCKen - Already checked them out. I don't see any fluid to suggest that they are.
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Posted By macgyver

Larry - Appologies, you are correct. Got my...

Larry - Appologies, you are correct. Got my lingo down wrong. I drove it around and checked the fluid. It does appear to be high, so perhaps I overfilled it. I've also been doing some reading on...
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Posted By macgyver

259030 The plug...

259030

The plug...
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Posted By macgyver

CCKen - Thanks for the detailed notes! I'll have...

CCKen - Thanks for the detailed notes! I'll have to try and feel out the port on top. I found the line which was cut super short but the plug although alittle dirty sadly wasn't plugged up. Any...
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Posted By macgyver

259029 And aft line...

259029

And aft line...
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