Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


1 Follower

About Tex06

  • Rank
    Comanche Addict

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Not Telling
  • Location
    Red Stick, LA
  • Interests
    Turning wrenches and busting knuckles.

Recent Profile Visitors

766 profile views
  1. https://jeepair.com/collections/liquid-lines/products/cherokee-liquid-line-drier-to-condenser-1?variant=32412179202133
  2. Found one. Jeep air sells it for the 2.5L. I can get the p/n tomorrow. This is what I bought for my '92 with the 4.0L. Fits from the condensor to the drier.
  3. I pulled one from a JY. Finding OEM was difficult for me at the time (a couple years back), I think I only saw 1 or 2 on eBay.
  4. Sweet. Another H.O. like mine! Welcome to the club, do you have any prior jeep experience?
  5. While I love taking pictures and building cars, I hate uploading and trying to make sense of it. I.E. I may not do a build thread but I would totally do a picture vomit post. Just a bunch of pics with no explanation.
  6. '76 Buick Skylark S/R from my Sig line. Currently have the car broken down in a million pieces, putting a Speedtech Performance Streetfighter front end under it which is requiring major frame modifications.
  7. Installed a new cruise control clip. My first ever 3D printed part I've purchased and couldn't be happier! Also found out the mice enjoyed my MOPAR spark plug wires while I was gone.... gonna get a set of AC Delco ones to replace.
  8. Any idea on the extended/collapsed length of these Cruiser? I stumbled into a set of AEV dualsport Bilstein 5100s for dirt cheap and I'm thinking they just might work when I lift my truck.
  9. This sounds EXACTLY like the problem I had. If you can't get it to replicate, attach the leads like I suggested, tape the multimeter to the hood and go for a drive. It shouldn't dip below 5VDC ever...if it does when it's bucking, I'd look real hard at that solder joint and the wiring coming from the ECU to the IAC and TPS.
  10. Hey, HEY NOW!!!! I've been busy guys....and mostly separated from my MJ for the past almost 2 years. Focusing on my other project since I'm on assignment in Georgia (Pete, I'm in Snellville every weekend until August, fyi). This is my response to HC's message if I ever fixed my problem: I absolutely did. I had a bad solder joint in the wiring harness. The CPU sends a 5VDC signal to both the TPS and the IAC from the same wire which splits right above the valve cover in the main harness loom. You can test this pretty easily with a decent multimeter and a piercing probe (link below). Figure out which wire is +5VDC from your computer to each of those sensors (I had +5V DC on each one as long as it was unplugged). Key on should be able to find this. Next, hook the piercing probe to the wire (should still get +5VDC). Hook the connector back up to the sensor and start the engine. Check voltage (rev the motor a bit too just to see if there's any change). Do the same for the other sensor. If the voltage drops below maybe 4.96VDC on either one you likely have a problem. Mine dropped to 1.77VDC with the engine running but if I unplugged one of the sensors it jumped back up to 5VDC. You should also check the voltage coming from the ECU to make sure that it is +5VDC.....I want to say it's pin 26 but that's going strictly off memory and it's been a few years since I had any issues with this. I'd offer a wiring diagram to help but my books are all with my Jeep in Louisiana and I'm in Georgia on a project at the moment. Seriously, once I saw the voltage drop it took me 15 minutes to trace out where the two wires came together, unwrap, resolder, and tidy everything back up. I had thrown probably $700 in sensors, fuel injectors, etc in it at that point. Talk about a dumb, easy fix. Hope this helps, if you have more questions, hit me up. My MJ is separated from me at the moment but I'll tell ya what I can from memory! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R8XJWKX/ref=sspa_dk_detail_1?psc=1&pd_rd_i=B07R8XJWKX&pd_rd_w=9T9KT&pf_rd_p=48d372c1-f7e1-4b8b-9d02-4bd86f5158c5&pd_rd_wg=JMSa3&pf_rd_r=TMCHKQMPDWJCZYVG70KJ&pd_rd_r=e6166fb5-859d-4621-91ba-9ae9c33a2823&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEzMU1NRldTUEw2TllWJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwNjc1ODE1UVk2NEtBNVVXRDU4JmVuY3J5cHRlZEFkSWQ9QTAwNDc5NDMxMkhMSFI4S1c1VjEyJndpZGdldE5hbWU9c3BfZGV0YWlsJmFjdGlvbj1jbGlja1JlZGlyZWN0JmRvTm90TG9nQ2xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ==
  11. Possible. I have an H.O. and only have one bottle in my bumper.
  12. Basically exactly where you found it. The cruise control won't operate without it properly.
  13. 😳 that's it? Jeez, for that price I can't believe I've been putting it off.
  14. Curious what it runs ya for the windshield. I need a new one but have been putting it off for a while.
  15. Driver, other than your speedo being backwards I like that setup. Do you have a little more info on it?
  • Create New...