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1995 Jeep... | Answered on Mar 15, 2018


You will be safest getting a good auto electrician to look at it. That box could be alarm, insurance 'black box' tracker or something more important connected to the car. Messing about with car wiring can be a really bad idea.

1995 Jeep... | Answered on Jan 15, 2018


So many of them things could have been checked to see if they was bad or needed to have been replaced. I see this a lot when someone goes to guessing on things and they can end up having a LOT of money invested and still not running.
My first guess since you've replaced all of them things is either you may have a ground issue or a bad PCM.
I would start by checking that you are getting power to everything that you are supposed to be getting power.

Then, I would check that you are getting grounds to everything too! You must have both in order for it all to work! If you are getting both and if you know how to check for both at all places, then I would eliminate the PCM.

If it turns out to be the PCM, try checking eBay.
Hope this helps.

1995 Jeep... | Answered on Dec 23, 2017


solve your problem sitting at home i will say just go to the given link and get the solution http://toolsnyou.com/

1995 Jeep... | Answered on Aug 17, 2017


removing the battery lead to remove the starter motor will have energized the immobilizer
reset using a scan tool

1995 Jeep... | Answered on Aug 16, 2017


When was the last time the transmission fluid and filter changed? I would have that serviced first. If it is an electronic transmission, the line pressure might also have to be reset.

1995 Jeep... | Answered on Aug 15, 2017


First thing to do is ensure all the transmission oil levels are correct. It is a good idea to draw a little oil into a sight glass to check the condition.

Check the condition and security of of the propshafts and universal joints and a thorough wheelfree inspection of the underside.

It is perhaps worth noting the gearbox rotates considerably faster than road speed. A road speed ticking is unlikely to be directly related to the gearbox.
The only things that do rotate at road or wheel speed are the wheels and things connected directly to them - brake rotors, drive shafts/half shafts, differentials...

1995 Jeep... | Answered on May 30, 2017


there is a static timing setting from which the ECM advances or retards the spark according to sensor reports and rpms
using a timing light connected to no 1 cylinder set the mark on the pulley to 10 degrees btdc and that will allow the timing to work properly
if there is no scale on the timing cover and a small slot th the pulley flange
do this
remove no 1 plug and get no 1 piston coming up on compression
using a piece of copper wire in the plug hole determine when the piston is at TDC by seeing the wire moves up or down as you move the crank either way
place a white paint line at a convenient place on the cover and on the pulley edge
now move the pulley back ( anticlockwise ) about 3/4 of an inch and put a second mark on the timing cover
That second mark will be close to 10 degrees and will be within the parameters for the ECM to adjust the timing when running
using the timing light again turn the body of the distributor until the pulley mark lines up with the second mark you made and clamp it up at that point

1995 Jeep... | Answered on May 28, 2017


it appears from your description that it is a clutch operation problem
in that it is not disengaging properly to allow the clean selection of first gear
that amounts to air in the hydraulic system, faulty slave cylinder or faulty clutch master cylinder
unless you have oil on the clutch plate causing it to stick or a dry or seizing spigot bearing in the flywheel( possible ), there is no report from you about a clutch problem( slipping , shudder smelling hot)
At this point replacing both the slave cylinder and clutch master cylinder would be the fix especially if they have not been serviced since manufacture
take it to an accredited brake /clutch specialist shop for diagnosis /quote
some vehicles have the slave cylinder internal in the bell housing (very bad and repair costly manufacturing idea) and if that is your case , the transmission will have to be removed to replace it
should that happen and as the box will be out , it will be cost effective to inspect the clutch at that time

1995 Jeep... | Answered on Apr 01, 2017


Could be filter could be bad battery or starter.

1995 Jeep... | Answered on Mar 11, 2017


CHECK BATTERY VOLTAGE.IT SHOULD BE 12.5 VOLTS.IF BATTERY OKAY.YOUR FUEL FILTER COULD BE STOPPED UP.OR YOU NEED NEW PLUGS + WIRES + CAP AND ROTOR.

1995 Jeep... | Answered on Jan 04, 2017


ok just the word, 6cylinder.
but they had many.
early wrangler ,called the YJ jeep. true name.
be nice to know the VIN, number, xxxx on end.,
this tells the helper whats there, if still stock , is it? many are NOT.
many this old are engine swapped,
no photos by you of engine nor distributor...
nor the connector pin count on side of distributor.
lets do displacement first is it the 4.0L ?
with throttle body. injection, or a carb.?
1989 is a year of rapid changes, I had 2x 88s.
some have the french EFI , called Renix.
with 4 injectors, and a brain dead ECU. horrid.
this have there very own different spark systems.
I think the last carb ever on wrangler is 1987.
before this worse electronic carbs, yup , avoid them.
4.2L inline 6 no the 4.0L (5million made)
looks like injection did not happen on YJ until.... 1991. later
than all other jeeps, 4 years, late.
I had many of the others, my beloved, Comanche 88
500k miles long....
has spark timing, check.
has distrib. check
has sepr. coil check' has module outside, check.
im on line now at mitchells so could you.
its"
The ignition module is mounted next to the battery on all models. It is a sealed, weatherproof unit on the 4.2L engine. 1987-90 vehicles equipped with a 2.5L engine, incorporate the coil in the control module."




seem you have this. says wiki.
4.2 L AMC straight-6 engine, 358cu/in. engine.






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1995 Jeep... | Answered on Nov 28, 2016


you forgot to test the trans on the floor?
really?
i use a huge electric drill on the front (tape on end) and test the trans fully on the floor.
wow.

1995 Jeep... | Answered on Jun 20, 2016


no inertia switch or power switch --fuses and relays only

1995 Jeep... | Answered on Jun 09, 2016


You can release the pressure from the caliper by using the bleeder valve, but it is not likely to be the issue, if the piston in the caliper is not centered correctly or is over extended then it is physically stuck. The cylinder and piston in the caliper might need to be replaced if they are scored or damaged.

1995 Jeep... | Answered on Jun 05, 2016

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