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  1. I went looking around for pictures on how to take apart a fuse block (box?) and came up with a bunch of information on how to do it... but we all love pictures so I wasn't satisfied with what I was coming up with. Fuse block front: Fuse block bare chassis: Back of fuse block: Back of bulkhead connection showing the elusive 8mm head (however apparently sometimes 7mm, 6mm, or 1/4") bolt: Here's the extraction tool I made using a piece of stainless TIG filler. It's roughly 1/4" from tip to tip and I tapered the ends so it would fit nicely around the female fuse termina
  2. ....if anyone is tossing a wire harness that happens to have a good fuse box (both halves), let me know, am willing to buy just the box as long as a length of the wires are still sticking out of it so i can just splice it in. Any thoughts? Not looking for restoration quality, just a patch in for a good running truck that had the clutch/brake fluid leaking into the fuse box issue. Thanks!
  3. ....if anyone is tossing a wire harness that happens to have a good fuse box (both halves), let me know, am willing to buy just the box as long as a length of the wires are still sticking out of it so i can just splice it in. Any thoughts? Not looking for restoration quality, just a patch in for a good running truck that had the clutch/brake fluid leaking into the fuse box issue. Thanks!
  4. hey guys I'm new to jeeps all together,, my dad gave me an 88 comanche and hes been lots of fun till now.. i was on my way to work when my clutch pedal sank,, turns out the clutch master cylinder went bad,, i changed it and refilled the lines only to have it gushing from the bottom.. it was running at this point!! had to change the slave cylinder,, after we put the tranny back together and connected everything in getting no juice!! the only thing electrical working now is the seatbelt lamp and buzzer.. i had the starter tested,, its good.. i took the fuse box apart and cleaned all the break fl
  5. Hello all! I posted a ways back about a new comanche I was lucky enough to find. Right now there is one extremely daunting task that I am debating turning over to a mechanic, but I wanted to stop by here first to see what you guys thought, because I trust this forum way more than most of the mechanics that would be giving me quotes. For instance, I spoke with one on the phone today that stopped me and said "I already know what the problem is. You don't have to say anything more. You need an entirely new wiring harness and need to re-wire everything. Going to run you about $2,400 and
  6. Hello guys I own a shop and I have been really trying to help out one of my customers , her 89 jeep comanche has major sentimental value to her but the leaky brake master destroyed the fuse box and ive been looking for awhile, the part number from Chrysler is no longer available. So I'm in a situation and i need one asap, so any help would be much appreciated you can pm me or call / text 740-818-1558 thanks so much
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