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Richard 91

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  1. If this storm does not hit us Monday I will bring it back to the shop and try to get some numbers before they evac the freon out. To answer one question the compressor and expansion valve is new.
  2. I JUST GOT MY TRUCK BACK FROM THE SHOP, THEY HAVE SERVICED THE A/C GOOD NEWS NO LEAKS BAD NEWS IS THE LOW PRESSURE READS HIGH AND THE HIGH PRESSURE IS LOW, MECHANIC THINKS THERE IS A BLOCKAGE SOMEWHERE. ALL HOSES, COMPRESSOR, DRIER, EXPANSION VALE AND CONDENSER ARE NEW AND I BLEW OUT THE EVAPORATOR COIL WITH AIR. THE ONLY THING I CAN THINK OFF IS THE LINE WITH THE MUFFLER ON IT WAS REBUILT BY JEEP AIR SO MAYBE THE MUFFLER IS CLOGGED. ANYONE WITH OTHER IDEAS?
  3. where do they plug into under the dash and how do you get to them?
  4. where does the vacuum lines go to that are located by the expansion valve an how do you get to them? Needed to leave this undone while visiting my new grand baby.
  5. I have the dash apart but cannot figure out how to remove glove box the white vac line coming out by coolant lines is no good trying to find where it comes through fire wall.
  6. thanks for the tips I know my vac lines are rooted I will change them.
  7. I just replaced all the components under the hood on my a/c system, I brought to my local repair shop to get the a/c system charged. The compressor is not receiving any power. I started trouble shooting and when I turned on the a/c to max and turned on blower, the air only comes out of the defrost and not the vents. Any tips on fixing that problem.
  8. thanks for the advice, I think jeepair is my best bet to get what I need.
  9. I am having no luck finding A/C hose that goes from condenser to drier, does anyone have a place I can find one for my 1988 4.0 Comanche?
  10. Cleaned the ground point on the engine today, tried starting without pumping the gas and it started fine didn't even stumble. I plan on going through the other tips as well. Would not have guessed a ground would be the problem.
  11. I understand that that just hitting the starter for a few seconds will start the engine, but I should not have to turn it over for 30 seconds while pumping gas paddle before its starts is not the norm. after it cranks it runs smooth, just fell something is not right.
  12. Hot or cold does the same thing, looking back on the the maintenance records I was given the fuel pump has never been changed.
  13. Must pump gas 6 or 8 times while cranking before starting. If you pump gas before cranking, rpm is high and will not come down.
  14. Thanks dose that pull straight out or is there another method of removing it.
  15. One of my next projects thanks for doing this write-up will make my job much easier.
  16. Thank you for your response I now have turn signals.
  17. I did notice there looked like two flashers were on fuse panel, was the top right sliver one be the right one?
  18. I have a 1988 model I just bought, trying to work out the bugs so I can get it to pass state inspection. The turn signals will not blink, but the lights came on and arrows light up, also flashers work. Changed flasher just in case but not the problem also checked bulbs and sockets all good there. Grounds are good, not sure where the problem might be. Any ideas
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