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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can use any vacuum port on the manifold for that. If you want to mess with it a bit, if you have an open port on the carb that is above the throttle plate, you can use that and see if performance is better. Some engines like it and some don't, but it's not like you have to take the engine apart to try it!!
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
Shackles are pretty straight forward. Remove the existing bolts, change the shackles and reverse the procedure to install. Good idea to change the bushings while you're in there if they are at all questionable. It's best to do this with the CJ in the air, supported on the frame and use a floor jack under the axle to lift/lower the spring in/out of the shackle, one side at a time.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
Testimonial: "But what if I am doing this in my garage without a lift?"
The last Cj-7 was built in 1986. And they didn't come factory with a V-8 so you have a conversion of some type. Most factory wiring diagrams aren't going to help much. Sorry
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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