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Everything posted by bigdan120

  1. Keep trying.. gotta find neutral. The cable that moves the shifter up and down on the trans is now adjusted.. There's going to be alot more trying issues then this problem. Get someone that will help you that understands things like these.. Not being smart but I don't have one anymore and it's hard to tell you how to adjust these cables. These joyner are not like typical side by sides. . There's no good manual and are left in dark and have to be able to make things just work or fit. Good luck on your endeavor.
  2. Someone might have a case to fix yours.. Or new trans or used trans from someone on here..
  3. Works perfectly.
  4. Could just take photos and post up... Be easier imo. There's some that will benefit in the future I'm sure.
  5. Well if it's whining it seems like it's getting a void in the steering fluid system. Still not sure what you have upfront for steering gear. Steering box or rack and pinion. Either way you might have air inline. Might have to pressure bleed or vacuum bleed system.
  6. Depends what you paid for it
  7. Hard to say. You said squeals? Usally they will whine if low in fluid. Is the belt right enough? They squeal when belts loose. There is variable that can cause this. Did it always so this?
  8. Probably hydraulic assist. Need more info to go sort it out. Pics of hydraulic set up on front and probably gonna have pull pump and get numbers. Do not brake that pulley! What's it doing that you think it needs foxed?
  9. If it is a T2 model that you're working on you don't have to do anything with the outside hubs or trailing arms to get the rear end out take the pin out of the front drive shaft where goes on to the rear end take the two bolts out that hold her and then don't forget to remove the locker cable then fight with the axles to get them off of the rear end housing after that you can tilt the front end of the rear end up in the air and push forward on the front drive shaft to slide it out the side axles if you Jack the trooper up in the middle under the rear end on the frame and let the suspension sag you can push back the axles for enough to get them off. As far as the shim kit goes I don't believe that anybody is selling the shim kit separately the gentleman that was making them I don't believe makes them anymore you might be able to find some used ones around or ones that people haven't used and see if you can get them off of them I believe Silver Bullet but the rights to it but I'm not a hundred percent sure
  10. Hey we can always use info like this!
  11. Well that's good... I don't have one anymore but I still try to help if I can..
  12. Yeah you need an ignition. Should have power while cranking also.. switch bad.
  13. 1 is constant power. 2 is starter solenoid 3 is power to computer I believe. Turns fan and fuel pump on. 4 i don't know. Not sure what colors are which but almost any ignition should work. Get a test light. Hook alligator clip to good ground. Then test from there. I don't have one here or I could tell you what colors...
  14. Looks like your inner bearing race is still on old axle.. gotta get it off put on new axle.. thats why it not fitting in wheel hub on front. Unless im missing something.
  15. Only be able to rebuild if you find a used one off someone here that has good parts to fix it... And just depends on skill level and what is broken...
  16. I doubt it..... probably just gonna have to order an axle..
  17. Yeah I'm not sure... I did not check all 3 cylinders. I will when i get back to that project...
  18. Hi guys! Well I'm working on a Renagade 4 with the 800 chery.. Does anyone have pictures of the coil wiring? I need to make sure this stuff is correct.... it's missing on no.2 cylinder.. Just want to check wiring cause it looks like it is stretched to fit where it is.... Thank you!
  19. did a quick and dirty compression test and it seemed to be okay but I think it's low I think it was around 1:20 I think that I'm going to do a leak down test but I might just pull the valve cover because it sounds like the one cylinder is making noise in the valve train. Also the cat came apart and made a very nice plug for the exhaust not to breathe. So although it runs better and Breeze better still number 2 is a issue
  20. So anyways I'll for sure tomorrow... Look what I found...
  21. I'm not sure if firing order is correct..
  22. Plugs are new... I'm going to do compression and leak down on it in next couple days...
  23. Well it has spark and gas getting to it but you pull plug wire and it barely changes...
  24. There's no way I would do that with the rears built cheaply like they are.... Figure this it only does 65mph.. at max.. I would want to run over that with it.. None of the axle shafts are balanced or tight that's gonna play hell on everything in the driveline! Dont forget you will be turning everything complete with driveshaft to front rear.... All in all I say no way would I ever...
  25. Hey guys it's been a fun and interesting few years! I appreciate all the help and hope I helped on some of the issues we have had.. But the time has come to let the T2 go.. The man I sold it too is an awesome guy from Louisiana... His name is Earl. Couldn't ask for a better bunch of people got to meet his whole family.... Anyways it would be great if he needs anything in the future if yins could treat him like you did me...Fantasic like family! I know 99 percent of yins will. I sure gonna miss you all. I'll stay a member on here and will watch for emails and still will help out if I can... Best Wishs! Dan