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Rear axles on all AMC Eagles interchange with each other, regardless of year. Jeep Cherokee (compact XJ models) will interchange, but the shock mounts are different - Jeep mounts must be cut and welded, at least on one side. Make sure the axle ratio is the same as the front axle ratio, or the same as the axle you're replacing.
its made on clutch master cylinder under hood straight thru from clutch pedal fill it under hood take small wrench 5/16 I think get under vehicle find slave cylinder bleed valve you will need wrench a piece of vacuum hose and a cup put wrench on bleed valve then put vacuum hose on next the other end goes in cup of brake fluid to prevent air sucking back it can bubble air out but can only suck brake fluid back have helper pump clutch pedal hold pedal bleed repump rebleed till clutch gets right its harder to bleed than brakes pump fast hold pedal down pump clutch fast hold down bleed real pain in *ss good luck
Go to faxonautoliterature. They carry dealer service manuals and have the manual you are looking for. As a matter of fact you can either get the manual for the whole car or one for the transmission only. I have used them before and had excellent service. Hope this helps.
Hi there, The Gates Corporation,s website; http://www.gates.com/index.cfm will help you identify which belts & hoses fit your vehicle, or any vehicle as long as you know what engine is in it! Cheers, Stevie-RayG
Somewhere along the the line you may have a fuel blockage or a good dose of water in your fuel tank.Check the water in tank 1st.Add 1 litre of metholated spirits to every 20 litres of fuel.This will allow the water to break down and be burnt through the motor over time.Do this twice.If this does not work,there may be a glob of **** in the fuel tank that blocks the pickup.If this is the problem,the tank needs to be taken out and cleaned.I hope this is a start to get you back on the road.