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  1. JPNinPA

    Help identifying this Jeep model/year

    The jeep is a TJ. Which is 97-06.if the key dance works it is newer than 2000. Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them up - Jesse Jackson
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    Looking for some tools

    Agree!!! Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them up - Jesse Jackson
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    Drivetrain hump access panel on 2001 XJ

    Air fuel and spark. The ckp could be the issue if the vehicle has no spark. You may or may not have a code. Did you check the codes. Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them up - Jesse Jackson
  4. JPNinPA

    Drivetrain hump access panel on 2001 XJ

    That made me chuckle. Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them up - Jesse Jackson
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    Drivetrain hump access panel on 2001 XJ

    You mean CKP. CPS is apart of the distributer or on the OPDA. CPK is usually on the bell housing and reachable from underneath. Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them up - Jesse Jackson
  6. JPNinPA

    Bad brake booster or something else?

    Idle should be 750 rpm. Does rpm drop when applying brakes? It shouldn’t. But dropping rpm when applying brakes is a sign of failing booster. You may have a vac leak causing high rpm and robbing some boost from the brake booster. You need to get them all bleed. It is not a bad idea to change...
  7. JPNinPA

    Bad brake booster or something else?

    I would think if they replaced the engine some of this was moved or disassembled. Also be sure the correct pulley sizes are used and you have the correct vac pressure when running. What RPM do you idle at? Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them up - Jesse Jackson
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    Bad brake booster or something else?

    Yes on rubber lines. Last section attached to caliper. I had one fail and acted like s check valve. Would not release pressure and wore out a set of pads. Brake lines that run from the master cylinder to the rubber lines. Some go behind engine or over the trans. Places they could get squished...
  9. JPNinPA

    Bad brake booster or something else?

    First inspect all the lines and make sure they are not crushed. Then do a full bleed at each wheel. Replacing all the fluid while bleeding. Inspect pads for even wear It sounds like either a damaged line or the rubber lines gone bad. Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them...
  10. JPNinPA

    Engine died and blowing fuses

    As noted above: Inspect wiring for damage. If your engine rocks that much when starting or accelerating it could short a wire. It is time to change engine and transmission mounts. As I tell my kids: Nothing good happens after midnight. The 2a.m. To 5 a.m. is guaranteed sus activity. Never look...
  11. JPNinPA

    Found this today while working on my Jeep

    Did she mean “Wash Me!” Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them up - Jesse Jackson
  12. JPNinPA

    No start on the old 96er, with clues

    Clean TB and IAC. Your IAC controls air during idle. Check wiring and connection to the IAC as well. Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them up - Jesse Jackson
  13. JPNinPA

    What did I do to my Jeep today

    Awesome Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them up - Jesse Jackson
  14. JPNinPA

    Front axle swap on a jk

    Check Metal Cloak for weld on brackets Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them up - Jesse Jackson
  15. JPNinPA

    Is this brake rotor cracked?

    You live near the ocean??? Salty mist condensing overnight??? Any brake dust cleaner sprayed on??? Plus it looks like it may have happened before. Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them up - Jesse Jackson
  16. JPNinPA

    Help identifying wires and a harness

    On the trans through the shift boot cover. Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them up - Jesse Jackson
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    07 wrangler engine swap questions

    Junkyard? Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them up - Jesse Jackson
  18. JPNinPA

    96 xj backfire and no power

    Use only oem sensors. Jeeps are finicky. Or put the old ones back being nothing changed. Any codes? What are they? Running takes three things, air fuel and spark. Clean the battery terminals inspect the wires specially the negative cables clean the opposite ends, where they attached to the...
  19. JPNinPA

    Wife's new wrangler

    My best in 05 Tj unlimited before they reflashed it was 21.5 mpg hi-way and 19 around town. Now 15-16 mpg hi-way and 14-15 around town. Never look down on anyone unless you are helping them up - Jesse Jackson
  20. JPNinPA

    Is this brake rotor cracked?

    T does look like the pad. I had an f150 stock rotor with a quarter sized rough spot like that. It would wear pads fast and lock up on the first brake application when cold. Imagine pulling out from parallel parking and getting up to speed. Light turns yellow so you gently apply the brake...
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