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  1. I'm looking to buy a doner 97 xj to do the face lift on my 89 comanche. The factory ac has gone out, does anyone know if the ac system will just swap over from the xj? Then I don't have to worry about troubleshooting and retrofitting the old r12 system.
  2. So I recently bought an 88 2.5L from a guy that had put a lot of effort but no money into keeping it running. Cheap aftermarket guage cluster when sensors would fail. Push button light cause the dash lights would cut out every no and again, local bike cable release cause the hood cable broke. Fiberglass and chip board cause the floor rusted through. All that aside it started and ran alright best I could tell. Replaced the ignition system(starter relay, coil, cap, rotor, plugs, wires) Drove it for about 1000 miles then went after some other repairs. Traded the ax5 from my 89 that is a par
  3. Ok, I managed to get my hands on some suitable replacement for the vacuum line in the first picture. It connects in the engine bay to the vacuum solenoid in the second picture. Where the heck does it go in the cab? I've got the dash apart, I had assumed (incorrectly) that it attached to the A/C controls but can't find the other end of that sucker anywhere. Any ideas? (Pictures greatly appreciated!!!) Sent from my SM-G930T using Tapatalk
  4. Hey everyone, I recently acquired a nice little cache of R12 and was wondering what the going rate was for them. Thinking of selling a few off to finance an upgrade on my truck :yes: Never had any to sell before so just wondering how much to post them up for. Thanks!
  5. Hello everyone, I have a 1988 Jeep Comanche Eliminator, 2wd, 4.0 aw4 trans with about 86,000 miles on it. My truck will start every time and idle great at 800 /750 rpm when its cold but it fluctuates a little bit. With the AC turned off and the truck is at operating temperature the truck will idle at 500 rpm or lower at times and fluctuates a lot more. The truck drives completely normal until you come up to a stop light and the idle drops and acts like its going to stall but goes right back up to 500 rpm. When the idle is at 500 rpm It hesitates very little right when you take off bu
  6. My 87 Comanches AC compressor won't kick in. I hooked the compressor up to straight 12 volts and it kicks in. I replaced the relay but I'm still not getting 12 volts to the compressor. Can anyone help me... I've see on other forms that it could be a thermostat switch. What does that look like and where is it located. Any other ideas??? Thanks Jim.
  7. I know somewhere on this forum it the info i need and have tried to find it without any luck. We too dads MJ up to the shop to get the ac running again.. Saturday we drove about an hour with the ac on after it rained and water started coming from the dash, The MJ has not leaked prior to refilling the ac so i dout its rain water leaking in. but i remember heading here that there was a little hose that allows the condensation from the ac through the firewall and to outside.. I just can't locate that tube to clean it...
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