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  1. i am looking to make a few bucks on the side by building parts for jeep mjs and xjs.. PM me or reply if you have anything you would like to have built and or would like to see being built. i may be willing to manufacture in small quantities if i get enough requests. thank you
  2. I'm not looking for chrome, I'm just looking for the regular corner bezels
  3. Sorry, no it isn't. The headlight bezels and the grille are all separate parts on the Cherokee and Comanche. 1984 through 1996 all look the same from a distance, but the later ones were changed so that the horizontal trim strip across the top of the headlights and grill was incorporated into the headlight bezels and grille rather than being a separate part. I thought Chrysler made that change beginning in 1990, but it might not have happened until 1991. {Edit to add} Quadratec shows the years as 84-90 and 91-96. I know exactly what you're talking about because I am looking for those little corner bezels to complete the trim stripping above and below the side market lights but I cannot find them anywhere! Do you happen to know where I could find them??
  4. I just put together a ho pump and sending unit into my renix fuel pump assembly, and it works, the arm for the float is a little short but that just means it's going to read "full" longer
  5. I need a high output fuel pump/ sending unit for my comanche. And info on one would be greatly appreciated. Pm me to contact
  6. So I did the ho to renix swap in my 88 4.0 comanche, I used a 92 xj laredo as a donor, I swapped all of the interior (dash, gauge cluster, etc.) I also used all of the interior wiring from the cherokee, as well as the engine wiring harness. I followed the chart for the renix to ho splicing, and I turned my truck over today, it turned over just fine, but I did not hear the fuel pump running. I have not checked to see if the tail lights work yet, can anyone help me out? Is there a ground wire somewhere I could have missed?
  7. Thanks, that's what I initially thought, until I read further and you guys were saying you didn't have any extras
  8. If I'm correct the two xj connectors (black and grey) should have 32 pins all together, and the two mj connectors (black and grey) should only have 16 pins total, so unless I'm missing something shouldn't there be 16 pins from the two xj connectors (black and grey) leftover?
  9. I still have pins 7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16 sticking out not soldered to anything on the black HO xj dash harness. And on the grey HO xj dash harness I still have pins 8,11,12,13,14,15,16 to connect. What do I do with These wires? the chart I followed was the HO xj dash to rear renix mj harness, but it doesn't say where to connect these wires?
  10. I still have pins 7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16 sticking out not soldered to anything on the black HO xj dash harness. And on the grey HO xj dash harness I still have pins 8,11,12,13,14,15,16 to connect. What do I do with These wires? the chart I followed was the HO xj dash to rear renix mj harness, but it doesn't say where to connect these wires?
  11. I am doing this harness adapter to wore my 92 xj harness to my 88 mj rear harness, and have some leftover wires after soldering by and following the charts, am I supposed to have leftover wires? Btw the xj harness I am using is from a cherokee laredo with all of the power options in it.
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