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The linkage on trans is out of ajust from new stuf. Seek a shopbook for details....at partstore
Posted on Jul 28, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to 4wheelparts.com
Find a store near you and plan on spending some hard earned money. They will help you to pick the BEST solution for your needs... springs, shocks,bushings and so on...
you can install new suspension if you have the right tools... but it is probably easier to have it done...No headaches
also... air springs?.. you may need some extensive fab work..I would definately go to 4 wheel parts to find what you need
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
SOURCE: 91 Trooper leaf springs
ok what you have is just a multi leaf leaf spring. in the middle of the leaf where the axle should be a bolt that holds them together. you need to check the U bolts that hold the axle to the spring. there has to be a reason it moved . check the leaf spring for a broken leaf. i would recomend getting new Ubolts. and when you put it back together make sure you use the bolt that holds the leaves together as the center .
if ya need more help just let me know
if ya could snap a pic if you are having problems and send it i might be able to be more of a help.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
The neddle is attached to the column via a thin metal wire and spring which then clips to the edge. Remove the trim above the column and look for the clip attached to the wire and a warn spot on the column and reattach it. :)
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
If you have a manual transmission, that was gear oil. There is a fill plug that you must remove, and then fill with the pointy end of the gear oil bottle with a piece of hose stretched over the tip (there is no fill tube). If you have an automatic transmission, that was automatic transmission fluid coming out of the differential. This has a separate fill hole very similar to the manual transmission's. In this case, I've used a funnel with a piece of hose stretched over the end. In both cases, the fluids should be added when the car is on a level surface because the fill holes are positioned such that oil spills out when capacity is reached. If you don't have a manual to show you exactly where all these plugs are located and which types of oils to use, go to www.autozone.com, enter your car's information, and you can find an online manual that tells you everything you need to know. Also, this might be a good time to change those fluids (I imagine if you've gone through CV joints, there are quite a few miles on those fluids). If you decide to change them, make sure you can get the fill plug off before you pull the drain plug as to not end up with an empty transmission that you can't fill.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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