Question about 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer
I did some performance mods to my motor. I put an Edelbrock High-rise (non-EGR) manifold & 600cfm carb, shorty headers & Flowmaster, etc... I pulled out all emissions gear and reduced the "spaghetti" under the hood. I have 1 hose for the brake booster, 1 for PCV into carb, 1 for Vacuum advance into carb, What can I plug my 4wheel drive vacuum switch & Shift Motor into so my 4wheel drive is operable again? Thanks
There is a better way to go about this.
Here is a perfect opportunity to open up that vacuum shift motor, by using a hacksaw or other implement of destruction (Sawzall!!!) and open the top of that shift motor, so tht it can be resealed with JB Weld or Mig Welding or something, after the following mod is fabbed up.
See that shaft in there, get a teleflex cable to hook to that shaft, and you have just changed your vacuum shift motor to a cable actuated shift motor.
NO MORE VACUUM LINES...falling off, motors freezeng, water vapor getting in the lines and freezing, cracking, oil and transmission fluids saturating lines and causing loose fittings, getting torn off by brush, debris, etc...
Drilling a hole in the center of the top, run the Teleflex cable thru it, and place a rubber bushing around the cable to seal the opening.
Attaching a clasp to the end of the Teleflex cable and drill or thread the end of the shaft to accept an appropriate attachment point.
Thread-Loc the attachment point on to the shaft, attach the Teleflex cable to the shaft, slide the top back and seal the chamber (the top cut off earlier), and route the cable.
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Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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