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THE timing on a 88 Comanche w/inline six cyl. is set at the factory and not adjustable.
This sounds like an earth problem check battery to chassis & chassis to engine earth connections also check earth to alternator best wishes
its a closed system, no cap. Add fluid to the plastic container. You can convert to an open system, but that's not cheap. www.jeepmj.com
i have an 88 Comanche and mine is on the driver side underneath the headlights, almost in the wheelwell
The diagram to the alternator of a 1988 Sedan Deville can be found in the cars repair manual. It can be bought at an auto part store.
My problem on the 88 I was working on turned out to be the crank position sensor located on the driver side top of the bell housing.
Inside the alternator.Inside the alternator.
If a 1988 Jeep Comanche will not start even though there is spark and the timing seems to be correct and the fuel pressure is good, check the starter solenoid. Even though all the other factors are good, the starter solenoid might not be telling the starter to engage.
Last I heard, there was no such thing as radiator sealant in a commanche. If you have a hole, you need a new radiator. Try tightning down all the hoses first, though.
It could be the alternator.
Recheck the connections, you may have missed one, so its flapping about in the breeze.
yes it will most 70 model jeep thru 95 jeep parts interchange.
If your 88 CRX SI alternator belt is making a strange intermittent noise shortly after changing the alternator what's wrong, the belt tension could be off. Adjust the belt slightly.
You would have to change the fuel and ignition systems over to a non computer system.
On the 88 jeep the trigger wire at the tach is blue.
It's a jeep j-10 manufactured from 71-88.
If it has the same gearing yes, but I believe all Wranglers (excluding Rubicons) have a rear Dana 35 which is not a desirable axle. I would suggest a '97-'01 Chrysler 8.25 29 spline from a Cherokee. Or if you can find one, they also came with Dana 44's in '87-'88.
The rate of change, from 55 to 88 is 66%.
Engine, yes. Transmission is different.
I have an 88 Jeep Comanche and have replaced the cluster bulbs and also replaced the whole cluster to a new cluster with a tach. You have to remove the dash trims (3 screws), then it will expose the screw for the cluster. Remove those and carefully pull out the cluster. It may not have enough slack due to the speedo cable and you may have The Cluster with a tach beside the Speedo plugs in just like the older one with no problem. Just make sure that the speedo cable clip that attaches to the new cluster with a tach fits the same or you may have to replace the speedo cable to match.
The computer above the passengers feet is likely the transmission shift control, not the 4WD control.
Yes, the 4.0 hasn't changed much over the years.
Jeep does not have one could be the relay or bad pump.