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THE NOT IDLE AND THE FRONT END SHAKING I BELIEVE ARE 2 DIFFERENT PROBLEMS. IF YOU CAN GIVE ME A LITTLE MORE INFO, YEAR, MAKE, MODEL, ENGINE. SIZE, MANUAL OR AUTOMATIC TRANS, I WILL DO MY BEST TO HELP YOU
You'll have to cut the old wires, and solder the new wires.
Cut the wires from both the old and new switches to different lengths, so the when you splice them together, the enlarged area at the splice will be staggered from each other, so the "bulge" created will be smaller inside the wiring harness cover.
There is a splice joint under the passenger side sill plate, under the second plate, about adjacent to the right front seat mounting. Split the harness open. Look for a blue tape with three thin green with white stripe wires. Open the tape. The joint is corroded and broken apart. This feeds the alarm rf receiver. Fix the splice and your remotes will work. - Kyle L.
The short answer is: Yes, you can. But, read the rest of this first.
Usually, you would want to move other smaller ampacity breakers up / down / over / as needed to create the required space for the larger ampacity feeder breaker to reach the feeder wires that supply power to the sub-panel. This is preferable because these circuit have small amp loads (hence small wires) and it is easier to splice those wires with simple wirenuts instead of splicing the feeders.
I can't see your installation, and you didn't give a great deal of details - so this last part may not apply to you. If you must splice the feeders, make sure it is an electrical box - if not done in the panel itself, a junction box that is approved for the location type, size and number of conductors that enter and leave the box can be used.
its better to change the whole axle it has both cv joints and both boots and its faster to do . the cv joint cant be changed with the axle in the car you have to remove the axle so you just install the replacement axle and your done just pick up a chilton manual at any auto part store for your car it gives you step by step instructions . price the cv joint and the whole axle and see the difference hope this helps
if the wire has worn out it will be better to replace the wire lead with a good solder joint terminal. This is important so as to make your jeep trouble free as the terminal will not establish good connection unless you splice and use a new connector with a good soldered joint free from any battery erosion. decide and go forward. good day