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  1. thanks, this gives me something to go on. for the life of me I can't figure this issue out. I get the feeling I'm over thinking this and missing the obvious.
  2. *******update******* It took me a couple hours but finally realized that all I had to do was pull the trans cable thingy? toward the steering wheel then I was able to turn and remove the key. but I still have the "no crank" issue, I can use a jumper wire and start the engine at the starter relay between #87 to #30. #85 is ground (and its good) but not hot in #86 in neither the run position or start position. I've checked the continuity at the nss connector in all trans positions, I've even used the a/c relay to check that as well. just checked the ignition switch (new) with a test light. with the key in the on position two wires are hot then power off in the start position, a third wire (yellow) is hot in the start position powers off in the run position. so to me this is how its suppose to work. my question then is as follows: is the power not getting through the nss to #86? not sure if there's a fuse or not. I don't know what all is between the ign switch and #86 at the relay. can't find a complete wiring diagram, but I'm still looking.
  3. I was replacing my ignition switch on my 92 xj ( I'll get back to that later ) and didn't have the ignition in the acc position ( tilt steering ) before removing switch, DOOH!. and now I can't turn the lock cyl into the lock or acc position so as to install new switch. how do I get the steering wheel lock rod to move in to the correct position to remove key and to turn lock cyl into the acc position? I'm currently trying to fix a ( no crank ) problem.
  4. hey all, hope everyone is having a great labor day weekend. I'm repairing some small rust holes in the cab floor and I suspect that these plugs have let in some moisture causing the rust issue. was wondering as to how others have dealt with leaking plugs. there not easy to work with because of their location ( kind of hard to get in their ). their are only 3 loose plugs and I still have them to put them back in if need be. my main concern is sealing out the moisture coming in through these plugs. thanks Bryce
  5. while I can't give you any advice on your project. I would like to see what you end up doing so if you can take pics as you build your project that would be great! good luck.
  6. The 92 mj, 4cyl is a renix system? Or use the engine harness from the 92 xj?
  7. Also if I've been paying attention there isn't a mj aw4/4wd floor shifter console either. Other than the xj. And also the engine harness is different but the dash harness is the same? Plug and play? Somewhat? Transmission crossmember same/different?
  8. I could probably swap the d44 out of my 88 base mj for the 92 mj rear end to keep the 3.54 gears, and maybe the big ton springs too?
  9. I recently acquired 92 xj as described in my signature real cheap. There is a 92 mj for sale with a 4cyl, 5 speed, 2wd. I would like to put the 4.0, aw4, command trac, into the mj. What is compatible between the 4cyl/6cyl swap, mt/at swap, or keep the m/t?, to make the switch? What am I getting my self into? I have good general knowledge of automotive skills. Just getting a little gray on top. I forgot to add that they are the same color exterior and interior!
  10. just throwing in my recent experience, I had recently replaced the coolant temp sensor (CTS). was getting terrible mpg and wouldn't pass DEQ but ran pretty good. the CTS was sending fake news to the ECU. runs great now. just something else to look at.
  11. We all have a little bum in us. Right? It's more about timing. 💰😀
  12. on a 92 HO I need a new crankcase vent tube, and the only one I can find is on amazon listed under the mopar brand 23.60 + shipping. is this only a OEM piece? mine is split at the air box end.
  13. received the seat brkts Saturday. they look great, very stout. I think I'll wait till I get the buckets and mount them then, in the mean time a nice semi gloss black powder coating is next. thanks again.
  14. Found it! Nuts or something in the frame ready to install. I'm assuming MJ are the same way.
  15. I saw a drawtite class3 hitch on craigslist for $30 that came off a XJ, and was looking at my XJ and was wondering how you can mount it. its a box frame and was wondering how?
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