Question about 1995 Jeep Wrangler
I'm pretty sure jeep had their pumps in the tank. you can phone parts place to double check. If it is in the tank, you will have to drop the tank in order to access it. Other vehicles have a latch or door thing that will allow you access from the top. pretty sure the jeep does not have this. you will have to disconnect all of the hoses and hopefully your tank is almost empty or else they weigh a ton.....then just take out the old sending unit, put on a new fuel pump and put it back...simplified version, but it will give you a gerneral idea. when i first dropped mine, it took me 1/2 a day, now i can do it in about 1.5-2 hrs
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
Yeah, take it to a shop.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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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
Wire on oil sending unit may have fallen off or sensor itself may have gone bad. Check both. If engine has no tapping noises, likely it's not a pressure problem.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
It should be 200 degrees. If your running cold the only thing that regulates temp is the thermostat. If it is indeed 150 degrees thats why you have no heat.
If you replaced the water pump and the radiator for this condition then it was a waste of money. If you had a water pump or radiator problem it would overheat.
The fact that your blowing cold air tells me the that you really are 150 degrees or the heater core is plugged.
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
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