Question about 1995 Jeep Wrangler
Engine Misfire diagnosis can be complex
and there are many reasons for misfires to occur. I suggest you read
the article at this link that deals with engine misfires and the
diagnosis of them and possible solutions to repair them. On the engine seems ok at highter speeds trust me the misfire is still there.
Engine Misfire diagnosis can be complex and there are many reasons for misfires to occur. I suggest you read the article at this link that deals with engine misfires and the diagnosis of them and possible solutions to repair them. On the engine seems ok at highter speeds trust me the misfire is still there.
Posted on Nov 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your overdrive should kick in at about 45mph, pretty much at or about 2000rpm. To see if it engaged, lightly touch the brake pedal and it will disengage.It should also disengage when you mash the pedal down to go into passing gear, and re-engage when conditions "normalize" again. You can tell that it has engaged because the tach will drop a few hundred rpms. If it's not doing this, a simple trans oil change (with filter) may correct the problem. OD is activated by a shift solenoid on the valve body that may be a bit gummed up.
95's show a shift control module on some diagrams I've seen, but not on others. I read this as a possible "half-year change" So you may or not have one. If you do, I'd check that as well!
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
The bleeder screw is located on top of the slave cylinder. It will not work right until it is properly bled.If the reservoir runs dry, you will have to start all over. Have an assisstant pump the clutch pedal 3 times with the bleeder screw closed...then hold the pedal down and open the bleeder screw. Don't release the pedal until the screw has been retightened...continue this process untill no air bubbles come out of the bleeder screw....don't let the resevoir run dry...Please rate this...
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
Should be on the bellhousing on the drivers side just where you need rubber arms to reach it.Should have no continuity between b&c terminals (check with ohmeter) Harness plug is usually on the drivers side between the master cyl and the back of the engine (unless someone moved it)
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
When you say shakes i am guessing the steering wheel. If it is the steering wheel shaking, it's know as the death wobble. Check the front steering components, look for worn or broken parts. Most common for death wobble are the tie rod ends, idler arm and pitmen arm. look for play along the track bars and check the ball joints. The other thing too that will cause a death wobble is a bad alignment. there may be negative or no caster at all which would give you a death wobble. Check all of the above and keep me posted. Good luck and be safe
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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