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M.ROSS

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PostSubject: Fixed the Jeep.   Sun Aug 09, 2009 7:16 pm

Finally got around to working on my broken down Jeep Cherokee.
It completely died on the highway about a month ago.
I thought it might be the fuel pump.
Disconnected at the fuel filter and turned the key GAS spurted out each time.
I picked up a new coil ,figured it would be the easist,cheapest place to start.
Of course as usual a job that should have been 2 scews and a couple of connections turned into a 2 hour mess Had to pull the bracket that holds the coil.
Because the heads of the screws to mount the coil were all stripped,But i got it in and she fired right up.

I didn't think a coil would totally die like that.

Now i gotta figure out how to get the rear wheels off.Rusted right to the hub!!
So i can do the brakes,and put on a new muffler and tailpipe.
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PostSubject: Re: Fixed the Jeep.   Sun Aug 09, 2009 8:00 pm

Never remove wheels this way......but I just loosen the lugs a bit and then drive in a circle away from the loosened wheels until I hear a loud bang. Then tighten the lugs on the side and loosen the other side and drive in a circle going the other way until you hear the bang. But never do that trick because it's not safe Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Fixed the Jeep.   Sun Aug 09, 2009 8:25 pm

Sounds Dangerous I'll try it Twisted Evil
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