The fuel filter is found on the drivers side toward the back of the jeep. It is bolted to the frame in front of the left rear tire. Hope this helps.
The 1994 Wrangler DOES come stock with a spare tire mounted on the back.
If I remember correctly the are both on the back side, one low for draining and one high for filling.
lift the handle on back of the seat
Turn the dial on the wheel hub to lock position. To unlock, turn it back. If you look at the center of the front wheels, you will see it.
There are bolts on the floor at the front and back of the back seat holding it to the body.
In the back of the center console.
If there is a seat and a seat belt, yes.
yes you do have to be a contourcionist to work under the dash of a jeep,I have an 88 wrangler. I have to take the drivers seat out and lay on my back and feel my way to the brake lite switch as it is above the steering colunm.I believe yours is below the colunm
HBL IS ABBREV. FOR HEATED BACK LIGHT, WHICH WOULD BE A REAR WINDOW DEFROSTER FOR A HARD TO WRANGLER. ROBO, 20+ YEARS JEEP/CHRYSLER PARTS MGR.
No. 2006 and back is different from 2007 and up.
There should be a tag on the back of the case that has that info on it.
Remove the lens, and the mounting screws are at the back of the box.
I used a T40 on my 1997 Wrangler on the forward brackets of the fold-and-tumble rear seat.
2007 through 2010 are the same. 2006 and back are different.
There is a loose connection somewhere. Check any fuse or relay boxes, inspect the wires on the back for corrosion or wear.
The spare tire is mounted on the outside of the back door
trace back the + wire from the alternator to the fuse panel in front of the battery
Sure, but theres not a lot of room back there to put them, several places make enclosures for the wrangler, I'd start with Crutchfield or Quadratek.
That should be on the very back of the transfer case, drivers side, it is the only thing with wires going to it back there.
back of the oil pan Inside the last main bearing cap.
Back of valve cover on pass side rite below heater hoses
The "Coolant Sensor", for the ECU, is right next to the water neck at the front of the engine. the "Coolant sender", for the temperature guage, should be on the back of the head at the rear of the engine!
On the back of the transfer case - a replacement part is only about 50 dollars at www.partsamerica.com
hold the set button and the other one together for about 3 seconds at 2 minutes to noon unplug the battery, then hook it back up at noon, it always resets to noon