as long as it has the same pressure as your current pump and you don't go wheeling in water check out quadratec.com in the forums under SWB Jeep. it's a jeep only site with a lot of knowledge.
A Jeep Wrangler has a frame.
Sure, it is mounted on the frame rail right above the left rear tire. Get some fuel line disconnect tools, remove the bolt on the retaining strap, disconnect the lines, and put the new one in, easy as pie.
All vehicles have a frame on which the chassis is mounted.
The wiper motor is mounted on the left inside of the windshield frame on the same bracket as the VIN. Fold down the windshield and is fully accessible.
A frame is the skeleton of a car without the mountings, were as a chasis is a mounted frame.
this frame can not be used for a 1992 jeep wrangler. the length is totally different. The frame size changes in 1997 and again in 2003. I am running into the same problem. I have a 2004 and a 1998 but the 1998 will not work. where are you located and would you be willing to sell the 2004 frame? thanks Joey 919-225-2132
no it will not, the frame is slightly smaller in the earlier jeeps
body on frame
The jack is usually mounted on the right front fender, under the hood. If you are using a floor or bottle jack, you can use any horizontal part of the frame rails as a lift point.
it has one fuel filter on left inside frame rail under driver 1 fuel pump in tank and some models have 2 fuel pumps 1 in tank one mounted on frame rail under driver mounted near external pump
LOCATED UNDER DRIVERS SIDE NEAR FUEL TANK MOUNTED ON FRAME RAIL IN FUEL LINE
Yes it will work
The hose goes from the diff to the frame, remove the two brake lines from the block on the diff, remove the mounting bolt, then disconnect the hose from the brake line at the frame. Install then bleed the brakes.
No, the frame was widened in the YJ to help cure the tippy nature of the Jeep.
under driver side below tank area front of wheel well mounted on the frame rail under driver side below tank area front of wheel well mounted on the frame rail under driver side below tank area front of wheel well mounted on the frame rail under driver side below tank area front of wheel well mounted on the frame rail under driver side below tank area front of wheel well mounted on the frame rail
Depends on what it is used on, most starter solnoids, on lawn mowers are mounted on a part of the frame, close to the starter, its a small round thing, with 2 post,s sticking out of the sides, and 1 or 2 small post on the bottom part, holding it to the frame, , just remove the wires, rembering where they were, and replace it,
underneath mounted to the driver's frame rail about halfway back. underneath mounted to the driver's frame rail about halfway back.
It should not work, yoursi s a TJ, and the 93 is a yj
It would be cheaper to replace the frame unless the current frame is an antique.
you have to grind the welds that hold the frame rail to the rest of the frame and slide the ends out . replace the frame rails and weld it back.
It is on the frame just forward of the gas tank.
Unscrew the bolts. Buuut....don't drop the engine on your head! The Motor is mounted to the sub-frame along with various susupension and other parts. I had to replace one on my Intrepid so I only took one off. You will have to put a jack under the motor/sub-frame when you unscrew the bushings, drop the sub-frame away from the unibody (what the subframe bolts to), and replace the top and bottom portion of the bushing. It is a two part kit available from Dorman and others, but not an easy find...