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Posted on Aug 10, 2008
your jeep should have all the holes and thread nuts already installed. pull up the carpet and locate them. the two close to the center are for seat belts as are the two outside of them. the four holes that form a large square/rectangular area are for the seat. if your seat is fold and tumble type, holes on the left wheel well are for the locking mechanism. i just pulled mine out and filled the thread holes with new bolts to keep out the water and dirt. yours may have screws or plugs in them. this install is for factory type only. mike
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
3 things to check:
Worn disc brake pads, grinding against the rotor.
You posted grinding gets worse turning to the right, the problem is the driver side wheel, but it would be best to have both wheeles checked.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
remove the vacuum hose from the shift motor on the front axle.with the vehicle running,(be sure to set parking break and /or chock tires.) place your finger over the end of the hose check for vacuum,it will be very slight. if there is no suction it is probably the vacuum switch on the transfer case. if there is vacuum,first check the vacuum motor for holes.(they rust through sometimes.) if no holes are noticed, remove the shift motor and check the shift fork. if the 4wd indicator light comes on it is probably the shift fork.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
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