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Blow-By issue.... Having oil spray, on the BACK of my vehicle.......95 JGC 4.0 6cyl

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  • graywolf0577 May 11, 2010

    Have you made sure that the oil filter is not cross-threaded??

  • Samuel Charles Spriggs May 11, 2010

    This is usually a sign of a leak from the motor/block. The oil blows under the vehicle, gets caught by the turbulence at the back and ends up on the vehicle.

    Have you looked under the car after it is parked for some time to see if oil is driping on the ground?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    is the PCV clear and working?



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Your piston rings are wore out. engine needs to be rebuilt. sorry.

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Recently had a blow-by issue on my 95 JGC....with oil spouting from the dipstick tube!Of course, this ran along the length of the underside of the vehicle! My issue now.....the vehicle will NOT shoft into...

Oil generally will not cause a short but can break an electrical connection. Make sure all harnesses are clean at the connectors (inside and out) I believe your reverse switch is on the right side of your transmission . If oil soaked, its possible it may be malfunctioning. Check the plug connectors and if necessary replace it or carefully take it apart and clean it. (pieces can fall out so be really careful with this.) Make sure the light sockets are properly grounded and that if you had the engine out, you have not cut or pinched a wire between it and the bellhousing.

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What is the most effective method, of cleaning transmission electrical connections on a 95 JGC 4.0L automatic?

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Can I directly replace a 95 JGC 4.0L transmission with a 96 JGC 4.0L transmission?

Of course yes.

They are the same entirely. Just for some little things that are not issues.

Good luck dear.

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Will a 96 JGC 4.0L transmission directly interchange with a 95 JGC 4.0L transmission?

Physically they will but you didn't say if auto or stick...Just be sure that any electrical connections and linkage are a match.

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Will a 96 JGC 4.0L transmission transfer directly to a 95 JGC 4.0L?

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is it the 4.3 vortec or the 2.8 liter? and is there any check engine lights on? if no light then its more likley to be the throttle boddy is dirty and needs clean out you can buy spray and spray it while idleing or take it off and clean it with a tooth brush and kerosene....

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