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Jeep Automatic Transmission Diagnostic Tear Down Procedure

July 20th, 2010 · No Comments

This bulletin provides a procedure to determine repair versus replacement of an automatic transmission assembly. Follow the proper repair procedure based on the transmission type. This procedure is to be used after the transmission has been removed from the vehicle.
Every replaced transmission assembly returned to Chrysler must include a properly completed Diagnostic Checksheet. This sheet must be attached to the transmission bellhousing. Refer to Warranty Bulletin D-06-08 for additional information.
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Jeep Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) Programming Procedures

July 20th, 2010 · No Comments

A Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) Programming Procedures Card (Publication No. 81-170-00011) is being provided with this Technical Service Bulletin to simplify RKE transmitter programming on 1999 – 2002 North American vehicles. Additional copies of the RKE publication, 81–170–00011 (Fig. 1), can be ordered from DDS Distribution Services, LTD. Their number is 1-800-890-4038.
NOTE: THE RECENTLY RELEASED MILLER SPECIAL TOOL, “RF DETECTOR NO. 9001″, SHOULD BE USED TO DETERMINE IF THE TRANSMITTER IS WORKING BEFORE BEGINNING PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES. THE RF DETECTOR INDICATES IF THE TRANSMITTER IS WORKING, NOT IF IT IS PROGRAMMED TO A VEHICLE.
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Jeep Real Wood Trim Scratch Repair

July 20th, 2010 · No Comments

This bulletin involves finesse sanding and polishing scratched real wood trim panels. MODELS: **2005 (CS) Pacifica** **2005 (JR) Sebring Convertible/Sebring Sedan/Stratus Sedan** 2001 -**2004** (LH) 300M/LHS/Concorde Limited **2005 (LX) 300/Magnum** 2002 – **2004** (WG) Grand Cherokee (International Markets) 2002 – **2004** (WJ) Grand Cherokee
NOTE: **This bulletin applies to vehicles equipped with sales codes CSY or SCW.**
SYMPTOM/CONDITION: Real wood trim steering wheels and interior trim panels may become scratched/damaged by sharp objects such as rings, keys, etc.
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Jeep Cherokee 4″ Suspension Lift Kit JXJ34 Installation Instructions

April 5th, 2010 · No Comments

This kit is not recommended for trucks equipped with ABS brake systems or dual rear wheels. Use of this kit and/or larger tire and wheel combinations may reduce the effectiveness of ABS system and increase the amount of pedal pressure necessary to obtain a given braking distance.
1. Read carefully before proceeding with installation. This 4” lift kit is designed to be installed on ‘84-’86 Jeep Cherokee with standard “Command Trak” 5- speed transmissions. The original factory front drive shaft must be removed and replaced with new longer balanced drive shaft featuring 2 new universal joints, a new longer slip yoke and a new industrial flange on the transfer case end. The owners manual clearly states that the standard 5-speed transmission is not to be engaged and driven in 4-wheel drive on the highway or on smooth hard surfaces. This lift kit is not to be installed on vehicles with automatic “Select-Trak” transmissions. Contact your local dealer for new driveshaft.
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Jeep Wrangler TJ Pocket Style Flare Set Installation Instructions

April 5th, 2010 · No Comments

FLARE INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
Step 1: Painting (Optional)
(A) It is recommended that painting be done prior to installation.
(B) Clean outer surface with a high-grade degreaser. DO NOT USE LACQUER THINNER OR ENAMEL REDUCER AS A DEGREASER. Wipe outer surface thoroughly with a tack rag prior to painting.
(C) Paint flares with a polypropylene primer, and let the primer flash
(D) Paint flares with a high build primer.
(E) Color coat must have a flex additive to prevent paint cracking.
(F) Paint flares using a high quality lacquer, enamel, or polyurethane automotive paint and clear coat.
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Jeep Liberty 2″ Coil Spring Lift Spacer Installation Instructions

March 31st, 2010 · No Comments

Get ready to install front coil spring lifts.
1. Under the hood driver side.
a. Remove bolt (4), battery hold down (5), and battery (3) from battery tray (6) and vehicle. b. Remove two bolts (7), nipple (8), and battery tray (6) from inner fender (9). Do not disconnect battery tray from wiring harness (10).
c. Remove vent line (11) from nut (12).
2. Under the hood passenger side.
a. Remove four clips (13), clamp (14), and air box cover (15) from air duct (16) and air box (17).
b. Remove air filter (18) from air box (17) and vehicle.
c. Remove three nipples (8) and air box (17) from inner fender (9) and vehicle
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Jeep Wrangler 1″ Body Lift Installation Instructions

March 31st, 2010 · No Comments

1. PLASTIC RADIATOR FAN SHROUD: The fan will hit the lower portion of the fan shroud. Before starting installation, Remove the 4 screws that hold the fan shroud to the radiator allowing the fan shroud to be lowered once body lift is completed. Make sure fan is clear of fan shroud before beginning. See instruction No. 12.
2. Loosen body mount bolts on one side of vehicle and remove bolts from opposite side using a 5/8” socket for positions 1,5 and 6 (ref. Fig.1 on page 2) and a ū” socket for positions 2, 3 and 4. Use a long extension to remove mounts next to gas tank. Place 2×4 between jack and body to spread out load and jack up body on the side you have removed the bolts from just far enough to remove mounts. The bolts on the opposite side will help ensure that the body does not shift. CAUTION: Open Hood while jacking up the body to make sure that the fan doesn’t hit the shroud. Also, watch that hoses and wires are not stretched. The dip-stick head can be pinched so remove dipstick while doing installation. When lifting the side of the vehicle that the fuel filler is on, keep a close eye not to stretch, tear or pull too far on the hose connection.)
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Jeep JK 1 1/4″ 2 / 4 Door Body Lift Kit Instructions

March 31st, 2010 · No Comments

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR JEEP JK 2 AND 4 DOOR BODY LIFT
1. Place Jeep on clean, dry, level surface. Installation is done one side at a time.
2. Raise hood. Using a Phillips screw driver, remove the (6) push pin inserts from grill on top side as shown. Retain for re-use.
3. Pull grill toward you to release the three lower clips.
4. Disconnect the parking light electrical connecter and remove grill assembly.
5. Using a 16mm wrench remove the 2 stud nuts from the stock body mounts as shown (12 mounts for 4 door and 8 mounts for 2 door), removing only the passenger side first.
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Chevrolet, GMC, & AMC Jeep 2.8 Litre 60° V6 Instructions

September 2nd, 2009 · No Comments

• EGR SYSTEM: For EGR applications when using Performer top #3787, you must drill a 7/16″ hole in the manifold base prior to installation (see Figure 2). Be sure to blow chips out of manifold. This procedure is not necessary for non-EGR installations.
• MANIFOLD: This manifold is designed as a two-piece manifold; the base, or lower part, (#3785), bolts directly to the cylinder heads. There are two interchangeable tops to choose from. The Performer 2V top, #3787, accepts the OEM 2-bbl. carburetor and EGR system for use on the street or off-road situations. It comes with linkage, hardware, gaskets and instructions to bolt directly to base #3785. The Performer 4V top, #3789, accepts standard flange carburetors and is not equipped for EGR. This top also comes with link-age, hardware, gaskets, and instructions to bolt directly to the base #3785. See “Carburetor Recommendations” below for both tops.
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AD38 Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge Skim Pin Code ByPass Operating Manual

January 11th, 2009 · No Comments

The AD38 is a small standalone device that can overwrite the pin code stored within the skim module fitted to Chrysler/Jeep & Dodge vehicles fitted with CAN 2,3,4,5 and 6 systems. This will then allow new keys to be programmed into the vehicle. The skim module is Chrysler terminology for a combined immobiliser and aerial module. Writing a new pin code to the skim module involves removing the Skim module, which is located around the ignition barrel, from the vehicle, which is a fairly simple process.
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