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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On most, you need to remove all bolts around the perimeter of the pan, (You may want to remove starter to get to fasteners there) then slide a paint scraper between the pan and block to break the seal. Generally there is enough room to get the pan out. If you need a bit more room, support the transmission with a jack (use a piece of plywood on top to avoid bending anything) remove both engine mount through bolts and raise engine slightly (not too much or you will break something)
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
4th owner of a 97 wrangler. Followed suggestions to clean and secure connectors with wireties to the PCM (powertrain control module) computer mounted above the battery. Also wire tied two connectors to the right of the PCM and insulated them with padded tape to the fire wall. Also as with others I notice while turning corners/accellerating I was getting this problem. I re positioned battery with own clamps (placed 1" spacer on rear clamp to push battery forward) away from the pcm wiring harness to get rid of shifting/bouncing into wires. So far this seems to have helped !
Posted on May 18, 2012
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