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  1. One of things that has mystified us in March of last year when we got the 1991 Pioneer, 5-speed manual, inline 6, 4x4 is that the horn wasn't working. The assembly appears to be all there. Also, the Jeep cap on the steering wheel is loose and when I put it back on, it doesn't flex inwards for the horn to function. I'm sure I sound like a damn fool, but how the heck do I troubleshoot this? Get a new steering wheel? If so, from where? Replace horn flux capacitor/fluid? Haha. Also reason I mentioned the exact spec of the Comanche is because ours has a 3 spoke sports wheel w/o an airbag. I've seen other Comanches with airbags, and different design wheels. So I'm not sure if it's trim specific, or just model year. Thanks guys. I'm still trying to figure out how to edit my. signature on this Tapatalk Android app. Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
  2. Well I'll tell you this...I certainly dodged a bullet. I didn't buy the part, thankfully, just trying to eliminate any low hanging fruit with parts that aren't expensive. Although a part of me is beginning to suspect that we may have a synchro problem and that's a high cost repair. Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
  3. Looks like a harness? Mechanic told me that's what I need to resolve shifting issues I've been having. Got stuck yesterday in middle of rush hour traffic. Ick. Not fun. Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
  4. What you described is 100% what my girlfriend has been reporting and something I can personally confirm as well. Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
  5. That's what I believe to be the case. I'm stumped as to what else to replace? Some sort of linkage or other component. The biggest challenge has always been 1st gear and the reverse. So if the clutch is not disengaging, which makes sense, what else could it be? Calibration? Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
  6. He replaced it with a 92 Cherokee clutch pedal assembly. He noticed that before the assembly was all jerry rigged and was resulting in wobbly brake pedal and clutch not engaging. His words. Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
  7. Hello, Last year we had difficulties being able to shift into gear, so a transmission mechanic recommended replacing the clutch, clutch bearing and replacing clutch/pedal assembly. Well we did all that and still the problem persists. It's almost like the clutch isn't fully engaging to allow me to grab the needed gear. Any thoughts? Thanks. 6 inline, 5-speed, 4x4, 1991 Pioneer. Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
  8. Looking for this particular lock on design Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
  9. Found the needed Doorman parts 42344 grommet, 47057 and 47079 valves. All I'm trying to track down now are the two front and rear breathing tubes. Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
  10. Thanks! Found a really good guide on how to do this. Unfortunately, it's Michigan and I don't have a garage, hence a fear of my jittery fingers letting a piece of CCV drop inside the valve cover. Hunting for a garage to work in at the moment. Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
  11. Thanks. Looking at Advance Auto Parts or AutoZone they're not even finding the CCV. On Saturday both of their databases let me down with the correct part for the truck. Are there OE#s? How do I make sure I get the correct parts Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
  12. It's a 91 with 4.0. What would be those two valves sitting on top of the cylinder head? I'm getting a boatload of oil leaking into my air intake, the filter soaked in 10w/30. And those two valves look suspect. Does it make sense what I'm describing?
  13. Hello, I'm searching autozone and advance auto farts for two PCV valve kits, including a hose that goes to the air intake (filter) box, but can't find anything. Is there a code, or do I need to search for a Cherokee? Spent 12 hours yesterday doing a tune-up and found that my PCV valves are busted, plus the hose that runs to the air intake was crushed somehow. Thanks, gentlemen!
  14. Still shorting. Blew a fuse today after 50 mins of driving and blower motor was running fine. Checking power at connector to blower motor, resistor pack, and fuse gate. Will look for a wire touching metal. Needle in a haystack isn't it? Ha!
  15. So I tracked down the leak, it is coming from the windshield as I suspected above. Since the windshield is cracked, I'm going to have it replaced also, in addition to the rubber seal (weatherstripping) all the way around. Would I still need the thin metal trim pieces all the way around the windshield, or are they purely cosmetic and and can be discarded?
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