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Or a few long extensions and a swivel, from under the jeep.

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Things You'll Need:

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  • Set of sockets
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  2. 2 Disconnect the intake air temperature sensor by unplugging the wiring harness. The intake air temperature sensor is on the air intake near the air filter. Disconnect the breather hose and the air intake (air filter hose). Remove the air cleaner housing and air cleaner. Use the set of sockets and wrenches to remove all items.
  3. 3 Remove the right front wheel using the lug wrench. Remove the right front fender inner splashguard. Remove tension from the accessory belt tensioner using a wrench, then remove the accessory drive belt. Remove the crankshaft pulley bolts using the appropriate size sockets, then pull the pulley off.
  4. 4 Place the 2-by-4-inch board on the floor jack. Slide the jack under the oil pan and jack it up enough to touch the oil pan or the bellhousing on the transmission, to support the engine. Remove the right engine mount bracket. Remove the power steering hose bracket and the bolt using the appropriate size socket. Remove the timing belt cover using the appropriate socket.
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