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  1. Sorta. But the timing and fuel injector pulse widths are determined much more via input from MAP, TPS and oxygen sensor.
  2. Dual diaphragm booster with whatever master is on it. I prefer 99 to 2004 WJ. Ditch the distro valve. Put a union between the front brake lines. Use one line to the rear discs you're using, install a Wilwood prop valve, and eliminate all that monkey motion crap from the factory at the rear. And YES, braided lines make a noticeable difference. I have them on every car I own. Even the clutch slave lines.....
  3. This is why you discard the distro block. Done it both ways. Keeping the distro block and eliminating it. Way better overall braking without it. See the XJ valve has .100" passages. The MJ distro has .050" passages.
  4. Are you using the 242 shifter indicator on the floor? That's modern stuff right there. That's all you need. Believe it or not, back in the olden days our 4 wheelers had 2 sticks for 4wd. Both had the lettering worn off the knobs. There was a crappy dash plaque to illustrate how to move the levers. Somehow we got by.
  5. Spray it out with Brake Kleen. Put a teeny twist on the male spades and put it back together.
  6. A relay set-up would be great. I believe the draw of the blower motor and a few other power suckers are likely culprits in toasting the heater control connector along with the brown wire at the ignition switch. I think Renix are worse simply because their ground circuit for the blower motor is long and under sized. Simple fix. And the fact that the blower speed increases as a result of the fix in my Tips kinda supports this. Click the link below for a more thorough explanation of the circuitry and a super simple fix. http://cruiser54.com/?p=211 This is one of those fix
  7. Uh, no. The ECU does that stuff based on input from sensors. CPS only tells the ECU what speed the engine is spinning. Just a speed sensor.
  8. Center bottom, wide enough to go past the fan clutch.
  9. That's Tip 5 for the most part. Good to verify it though.
  10. Use only the flat 3 wire connector. Have you read my write-up on setting the tPS?
  11. which Tips have you completed? Check fuel pressure with a gauge.
  12. I modify the shroud at the bottom with a cutoff wheel so it will come out easily.
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