Question about Jeep CJ7
I recently rebuilt a 258 engine for my 85 cj7. I used an earlier model engine for the rebuild. I think it is a 78 dont know for sure. the problem is that my engine temp wire hooked up on the top back drivers side of the head on all other jeeps except my late 70s engine. I need to know where the temp reading is on earlier model cj7
Wherever you can find a threaded port in the cooling system should work,as long as it is the same thread as your sending unit.If you cannot find a compatible threaded port,you may have to go to a hardware store and find some fittings that will adapt your sending unit to whatever threaded port is available.If you can not find one,most engine blocks have two (one on each side) threaded plugs for the water jacket.If you have to,locate the sending unit there with appropriate adapters.And as a last resort,you could purchase an aftermarket temp gauge and use it,as it comes with an assortment of adapters/fittings.
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