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Warren Mohler

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About Warren Mohler

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    York,Pa.
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    Jeeps and anything mechanical

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  1. This is a new one on me! I've worked on these since they came out and never saw direct wired gauge cluster
  2. No pics, drain is at Left side rear of trans above mount, fill is on passenger side 2/3 back and both have square drive plugs
  3. Since this has been a topic for a while I thought I would post my version for those that don't have access to a lot of special equipment. I had one good tailgate side insulator and one that was smashed.I removed the metal insert from the smashed one and cleaned it up. Made a plaster of paris mold of the good one. used silicon dielectric grease as a release on the rubber so it could be removed from mold, once mold has set up I drilled through original 3/16 to find center then removed original and drilled 1/2 hole through mold and inserted 1/2 dowel to support metal insert and used a small screw to hold insert to dowel, clamped dowel in vise to hold insert at proper height in mold, inside of mold and dowel get a lite coat of the dielectric grease as release, slowly pour FLEX SEAL LIQUID into mold till full I let it sit one week to fully cure. Both body side insulators were smashed so I cut one out of wood to form mold of it and poured that one today same process. This one turned out well and so far I have a $20 investment. I used FLEX SEAL LIQUID just cause its cheap but I believe windshield urethane would work as well and may set up faster. In pics original is on left FS part on right
  4. Run engine till warm, shut off, motor should extend at key off then unplug and start engine adj. plunger bolt to 3500 RPM
  5. Its a mix of the original grease and brake fluid
  6. I should have a bunch SOMEWHERE, will look n morning
  7. Raise off ground and try, happens a lot if tires are worn different
  8. Good kit, be careful with outside lower window rubbers the metal clips break easy
  9. How many times you wanna do this? It'll work the way it is but for how long?
  10. That band appears burnt, should look like the one in previous pic. which looks good to me. these parts should be available if you can't find one new visit local mom and pop trans shops, most of these guys are hoarders and may have one for cheap
  11. Man sorry to hear that, keep a positive attitude, good parts guys are hard to find, either they call you back or find another should not be hard. Good weather is here UC is paying 100% of wages, enjoy go fishing
  12. nothing wrong with making it look nice,I painted my coolant bottle tray, cleaned the rubber strap, and scrubbed my relay cover today
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