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About CptVanGuard

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    Motorsports of all sorts (Mostly circuit racing such as Formula racing), and computer science.

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  1. It’s already beyond that sadly. A fair amount of corrosion has worked its way in as well. I’ve already got the new relays and connectors ordered. I’m just going to use a fair amount of dielectric grease this time. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. It’s electrical. Anything growing is bad. And I would say it’s more a swamp than a forest. It was weird feeling Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. It was pretty simple actually. It's just four five-pin relay connectors that are wired in to the harness. I just ordered them on Rock Auto and will be installing them when they arrive on Wednesday.
  4. This is the only pic I have at the moment. I found out that all I need to do is order 4 relay connectors. It was a lot easier then I thought.
  5. I will create a signature. It’s and 87 4.0. If it is a few relay connectors in a line, then this should be easy enough then. I’m just literally going on blind here. Never done anything like this before. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Alrighty boys, this is a weird one. So I was troubleshooting my relays for my MJ, and I went to pull a relay out of the relay box in the engine compartment. As I went to pull it, I noticed that it was making a squishy noise. Once I pulled it out, there was a nasty, swampy, fungal mess growing on the underside of my relay, and inside my relay box. I ran out of daylight, so I wasn't able to get a pic, but it is bad enough to warrant a complete swap of the relay box. I can't seem to find it on Rock Auto. Does anyone know where I can look, how difficult this is going to be to swap, and if this is a common thing? I definitely know this is the reason I wasn't getting fuel to the engine. Thanks
  7. Thanks. I will take another look when I get home.
  8. Alright then. I will leave them alone then and focus on making the other speakers better. Thanks.
  9. So this is kind of embarrassing, but I recently replaced the master cylinder on my 87 MJ 4.0, and in the process I took out my air filter box. Can anyone send me a picture of the 87 4.0 air filter box so I can make sure I have all my lines put back in the right spot? I failed to take a picture beforehand, and I have a horrible memory, so I am all mixed up.
  10. Alright. Thanks for the advice. I’ll start doing my measurements and seeing what’s out there. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Sweet. I was actually curious about the 6x9s. I still was wanting to install tweeters in the dash, but I didn’t know how the sound would be with just the door speakers, a sub, and the 6x9s. Should I just not worry about them then? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I’m not quite that crazy. Yet. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Nothing like that, yet. For now, a new head unit, new speakers in stock locations, an amp, and a sub. Probably an 8 inch, if I can fit it behind the bench seat smoothly. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Awesome. I will definitely start seeing what I can do then. My biggest concern was not being able to fit a box in the cab very well, but since you guys have done it, I’ll give it a try. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. So I am a huge audiophile, and I am attempting to upgrade the stereo in my 87 MJ with bench seats. I would love to put a subwoofer in, but I’m not sure about a good way to fit it in. I’m about 6 ft. tall, so I have to have my seat all the way back. Anybody who has done something like this or knows about this have any ideas? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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