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  1. The 91 Comanche doesn’t have an ignition control module. It does have a pcm powertrain control module. It is or should be along the left inner fender and air cleaner housing. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. 88 Comanche long bed. 114k on original engine. 4.0 AW4 automatic. 231 TFC. 3.55 gears. Dana 30 f. Dana 35 rear. 3 inch lift. New 31/10.50/15 Corsa A/T tires. Stock rims. 1.5 wheel spacers. New braided front brake lines. Adjustable track bar. Fixed length lower front control arm. Jk Rubicon front shocks. New Ranch 5000 tears. New front pads and rotors. New master cylinder. New gas tank and pump( fuel gauge inop) 4 hole upgrade injectors. New Radiator and fan clutch and shroud. Most hoses new. Reman alternator. Newer battery. Interior is dark red/ hounds tooth pattern. Drivers seat is worn. Console/ bucket seats. kinda rare? Dealership installed a/c cools but has vacuum issues. Blows out of proper vents until gas pedal is pushed go to defrost. Body was a brown color. Paint is sun backed and clear coat is flacked off. There looks to be some type of body repair done on the right bed side. Other than that body it pretty straight. Vehicle runs and drives and is registered in California and was smogged within last 90 days. Have title and is clean. Asking $2650.00 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. You maybe able to relocate it but in the middle the sensor is more apt to pick up detonation vibrations somewhat equally. In the rear it may only pickup the rear cylinders. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I’m getting ready to the 95/96 XJ Master and booster. What’s the difference between ZJ vs XJ. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Nope . It’s either a bad sensor or a grounded wire. It pretty much reads over full. If you disconnect the connector at the tank it stays over full. I’m thinking more the lines of a grounded wire. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I did the swap. Plug and play. My Comanche already had gauges so no sensors needed. Just had to add 1 bulb for the 4x4 light. Everything works except fuel gauge. That’s my next project. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. 88 Comanche 4x4 cluster with no tack. Found and 88 Cherokee cluster with tach. Is that a plug and plug swap or is there a modification needed. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I bought mine on line from Rusty’s Offroad. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Thank 30.8 dived by 28 times 3.07 that equals 3.39 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. There is a formula for figuring out gear ratio for tire size. The original tire size on your Comanche was probably 28 inch. You now have 31’s. Your gear ratio is 3.07. 31 divided by 28 times you’re gear ratio of 3.07 equals 3.39. I reality that’s still not enough. The old rule of thumb used to be 31’s =4.10 33= 4.56. 35=4.88 etc. my experience says 4.10’s. I have an 88 Comanche with an automatic and 3.55 stocks gears. I have 31’s on it. It is ok. A freeway flyer. If you know your going to go wheeling and there is a possibility of going to 33’s in the future do the 4.10’s. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. My 88 Comanche has crappy low brakes. I’m considering doing the dual diaphragm brake booster and master off of a 95/96 XJ like I did on my 87 XJ I had years ago. I remember my problem was brake light switch. I can’t remember which one to use? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Failed master cylinder Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. So I did a quick 3 inch lift on my 88 Comanche out of used parts. Looks I may need longer lower control arms. I remember about 15 or so years ago there was discussion about using WJ lower arms. Still relevant or a waste of time? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Most 86 Comanche’s have the Model 20 rear diff. 87 and newer will have a Dana 35 then Dana 35c in the 89 model year. Some metric ton trucks had the Dana 44. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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