I think I have a ground somewhere that is melted through or not making contact. I tried grounding it out at the sensor and the cluster itself I can make the lights dim but it will not go out. What is the best resource to look up wiring diagrams and ground locations
Finally got into my old account, I’m the OP here. Anyway that I can verify that the cluster is the issue? I have it taken apart and I see no blown capacitors or burnt traces on the board
Ron this is the switch on the block near the oil filter. They’re are no sensors on my pan.
Hey all, been a couple of years, but I'm back..... Still have a heep tho. The jeep sites just couldn't keep me entertained... :thefinger:
I'm surprised my user name still works. Thanks Jim!
Let's see how many of the old timers are left.
Well, I bought a Heep today..... Going to be selling the ranger, and the collection of parts.... But don't think you all can get rid of me that easy, I'm not going anywhere... Just wait till I can get some cash/good deals and you will see a sweet YJ build goin on.
I have a spare 4 oh that I am tearing down and completely rebuilding. I'm almost to the stage to send the block off to the machine shop, would I notice much of a difference if I say, had it bored .030 over?
I was given a FP out of an early-mid 80's F150, it has the same pigtail as the one in my 4.0, does it have the same specs? The one in my truck now is about toast, so I need a new one, and wanted to know if this will work.
I know this problem has been beat to death but this question is a little different.
When I bought the truck 2 years back the previous owner (clamined to be an electrical engineer, but I am beginning to wonder) did a bad job wiring in a 96 OBDII 4.0 and computer into an 88 ranger... I have been...
My truck idles a little rough, and when I stomp on the go pedal the engine sort of bucks.... I can hear it sucking air from the backside of the motor, I think its the intake, are these all symptoms of a bad intake gasket?