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Location of headlight relay 1988 jeep wrangler

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SOURCE: 1988 jeep wrangler no fuel

check your fuel pump relay and your ignition switch those numbers you gave for voltage are not right, please recheck that you have a ground and 12volts at the pump while cranking please rate -jeff

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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SOURCE: 1988 Wrangler Ignition Switch Removal

There are four (sometimes two) bolts that hold the steering column to the dash. remove them & column will come down to let you get in there.
follow instruction sheet with switch. if you don't get it centered correctly it wont work correctly.

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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SOURCE: VACUUM HOSE DIAGRAM FOR 1988 JEEP WRANGLER 4.2 I6?

here is a link with all the vacum diagrams for your jeep. hope it helps.
http://www.autozone.com/addVehicleId,1076002/initialAction,repairGuide/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c1528008ab9d

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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SOURCE: location/testing of crank sensor 1995 jeep wrangler

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

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SOURCE: i have a 1988 jeep wrangler that won't idle.

1. check for vaccuum leaks.
2. check for a check engine code
3. check the throttle body/butterfly plate for carbon build up.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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Dashboard lights on my 1988 jeep wrangler arent working with mu headlights on.


the whole dash's wiring comes through the headlight switch, this switch contains a rheostat (an adjustable dimmer for the dash lights), which are notorious for going bad due to their static type operation, chances are it needs a new switch.

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Headlights do not work when cold


I have never heard of this before, but I would check the headlight relay. The relay could be sticking internally, although this would be a rare condition. It might also have a corroded socket or terminals. If you can locate the relay, see if it is identical to another relay...and just swap it, being careful to not swap it with something that will not allow the car to run. Relays are cheap. You can also find it by having someone else switch the lights on and off repeatedly, while you listen for clicking under the hood with the engine not running. When you hear clicking, identify the relay by placing a finger on it as the lights are being switched on and off. You will be able to feel the relay switching on and off. Of course, you will have to wait until the lights actually come on when trying to find the relay. Good luck. Chip

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YJ Blinker Relay


Hi there,

Both the hazard and the blinker flashers are located on the fuse panel. They pull straight out.

When both turn signals fail, the cause may be a blown fuse, a faulty flasher, a broken turn signal switch or a bad connection.

When you try the turn signals, do they light up and not blink?
-If so, probably the flasher unit.

When you try the turn signals, does nothing happen?
-Check the fuse

Let me know if the problem continues after replacing the flasher.

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1988 jeep wrangler no fuel


check your fuel pump relay and your ignition switch those numbers you gave for voltage are not right, please recheck that you have a ground and 12volts at the pump while cranking please rate -jeff

Jul 09, 2008 | 1988 Jeep Wrangler

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