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Front of engine wear thermostat is at there is 4 nipples. a rubber piece with 4 holes on the bottom in a straight line about 3" wide with 4 short hoses attach to that. i cant find that peice anywear. and i dont know what i would call it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
here is a link with all the vacum diagrams for your jeep. hope it helps.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
On my 2002 dodge dakota there is a hose that runs off of the front of the intake manifold(facing front end of the engine compartment) This hose was disconnected and there was a cap on the stud at the bottom the intake. The hose was of course a perfect fit. The engine is now running a bit smoother and the all is well with the world.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
I had exact same problem on my 93 popup. I finally figured it out. First, the poles with the plastic rings slide into the poles with the metal rings. These are the vertical support poles. Next, the poles w/ plastic nipples slide into the other poles with rubber ends. When put together the poles with the nipples should be spring loaded. These spring loaded poles rest against the top of the camper and the nipples are inserted into the 3 holes of the pole that go across the front of the awning giving you rafter support. The tension from the spring should keep the pole in place against the side of the camper. The first 3 poles with the plastic rings go from the ground to the front awning pole where the nipples can slide through the plastic ring and then into the awning pole. The vertical poles can be adjusted for height by sliding them up or down and then twisting them like a screw to tighten them up and keep them in place. 2 of my 3 vertical poles will not lock when I twist them so I have to get tricky with them. The metal rings, which should now be at the ground, are there so that you can stake it down under windy conditions. I hope this wasn't too confusing but I beleive it will help you. Good luck!!!
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
go to a parts shop and ask for a chiltons or a haynes manual. it will be in there. if there is still a good sticker under the hood it will be on there.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
For the 3.0L
(back of engine)
(back of engine)
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Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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