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  1. You can unplug the distribution valve wiring and if the light goes out its in there, if the light stays on its in the park brake, could be the wires grounded against the body of the pedal, or the switch has shifted and now thinks the park brake is on. Another thought, are you sure the pedal didn't get depressed by accident, it may look normal but still be engaged enough to turn the light on.
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    Members Map... New and improved and functional!

    Thank you doing this. I spread out the ones in Denver and of course mine was the very bottom one, moved it to a little more accurate spot.
  3. Not that I know of but there not hard. Disconnect the battery, and unscrew them. There is two wires on them to remove. They are probably rusty and they are cheap if I remember correctly.
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    Posi-Lok Removal

    To remove it you need to pull the four bolts and pull it off the axle, once off there should be two clips that hold the cable to the fork. The next thing would be getting the hole closed up, I would suggest going to a salvage yard and just pulling a vacuum one and installing with the axle engaged. I would be interested in the posi loc if you would like to get rid of it.
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    Pull-a-Part

    The one in Denver is getting ready to be crushed. someone got the tailgate, I then seen it on ebay. Taillights are gone. Bench seat and brackets were there the last time I was. I'm not sure if it's a location thing or corporate but it's 40% off till 1/1.
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    Merry Christmas

    Merry Christmas to you all
  7. Thank you but I am going to have to pass. Bout the same condition as mine is in.
  8. Any cracks on the exhaust manifold?
  9. Hopefully to a good home
  10. https://denver.craigslist.org/cto/d/1992-jeep-comanche-mj/6745594837.html
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    Comanche Club Apparel

    Either a pull over or long sleeves for me.
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    1jthw6618gt189881

    4 cyl. 5 speed 2 wd long bed located at the local scrap yard. Damaged bed. taillight, tailgate and some interior have already been pulled. Denver CO lkq
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    Fuse Tab Broken!

    I would check to see if your bulbs are Working, easiest way is to pull out your headlight switch one click. Once there on see if your front turn signals are lite as well as your taillights. If they are then the issues in the column. If dim lights you either have a bad ground in the rear and/or a bad connector at the front for the front lights. But there could be many things wrong, I would break up the problems and tackle them one by one starting with the lights. The only other thing I might suggest is that I see you've found cruiser, perform his ground refreshing and connector refreshing.
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    “Start-Stop” Technology

    As for this ess, most of the vehicles I work on has it, they suck you stop it stops. I get a car on average a week that someone will complain that it died on them or that it acts like it's gonna die and it has this ess system. The only thing that I enjoy is I can usually tell who drives with two feet by there complaints. Can't say I've seen an increase in starter replacements but battery yes. These cars are getting so many electronics that most vehicles are coming with two batteries. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
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    “Start-Stop” Technology

    Why would they do that? If you think about it they would lose money either way, if they limit the salt on the roads then the stuff doesn't get corroded, the average person then doesn't have to take the vehicle in to get it serviced as often, or even buy a new car. The manufacturer is in it for the money, they know these are throw away cars from the beginning. Same goes for more undercoating they then have to spend more money on that. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
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