Question about 1993 Jeep Wrangler
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would be really careful with doing this repair as this is very dangerous. You need to relieve the fuel pressure by pulling the fuel pump fuse and starting the truck. Drain the tank with a siphon pump. Remove any exhaust or other parts that are in the way, loosen the straps and support the tank with a floor jack and a block of wood. There are several hoses, and a few wire connectors to disconnect and you may want to replace those hoses while you're down there. Once you put the new tank in, reconnect the electrical and hoses, raise the tank and strap it back up. Put anything else back together you took off the truck.
Personally, I would take this in to get fixed as this is dangerous work (I did mention that). I you do this anyway, use your head and buy a proper container to hold the gas in , as well as jackstands and a class "B" fire extinguisher. Disconnect the battery and don't smoke or use a drop light under the car, and I will not accept responsibility for this.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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You have an inline fuel filter on the inside of the frame, infront of the rear tire on the driver's side. It has a metal shield/cover that has like 3 small bolts that have to be removed to take off the plate. Once you take off the plate you can see the filter better. It is metal and fairly easy to change. these do need to be changed, especially the newer models with fuel injection. The filter in the fuel tank is a screen to keep **** out of the fuel pump itself.
If you have an older Jeep Wrangler, there are images and instructions on how to change them out located here: http://www.myjeepwrangler.com/fuel-filter.php
Here is a clickable link: http://www.myjeepwrangler.com/fuel-filter.php
Hope this helps good luck.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
assuming that this jeep has not been wrecked recently, the only way to get that door open is to remove the door panel while the door is closed, at least enough to reach the door latch inside the door, once reached you can operate it and release it to open the door, I will tell you that the likely hood of damage to the door panel will probably occur, I have had this problem before and I had to cut a hole in the panel reach in and open the door, sorry it can't be simpler. if you feel the latch operating and you have recently ran into something, try pull the door handle from inside while pushing the door open
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
It is possibly the O2 sensor. I had some issues with early 90's 4.0 liters where the O2 sensor would stick rich under heavy acceleration and would cause it to lean out and bog down. It felt like a rochester four barrel flat spot on an old chevy. I hope this helps.
Posted on May 01, 2009
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