Question about Jeep Cars & Trucks
Well ill assume your issue is how to keep the engine from turning while your trying to loosen your bolts. If thats it, the proper way is to use an impact wrench. That should brake them loose. Now the shade mechanic would line up the the motor to #1tdc. Now remove the #1 sparkplug. You can thread a bolt with the same size of your plug. Screw it down till it hits the top of the piston. That will keep the motor from turning. I do reccomend getting an impact wrench. Air is the best, but an elec with a high tourqe will also work.
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