undo the bolts that atatch the roll bars to the window on drivers and passenger side, the undo the bolts on lower window that hold the window to the tub on both passenger and drivers side. the window should now fold outwords onto the hood, once it is on the hood the wiper motor will on the drivers side window frame. remember to disconect the battery before any of the steps
The wiper motor is on the driver's side, behind the dash board. if you fold you front windshield down, that will expose your wiper motor.
No. The YJ componets are larger than the CJ.
Yes, two cylinders.
You get to drop you windshield...the wiper motor is under it. Unbolt the rollbars at the top of the windshield, then unbolt both brackets on each side of the dash. Carefully fold the windshield down on the hood. Then you'll see your wiper motor. I just did this yesterday on my 95 YJ. Try putting some PB Blaster/WD40 on all the bolts and letting it soak in. I had to make a trip to Fastenal for a few replacements.
Yes there is. On the 1987 thru 1995 models the switch is located on the left side of the steering column.Its multi function controling the wiper/washer, turn signal and dimmer switch.
I believe there is no relay in the 94 YJ.... the power is regulated throught the switch.
FIRST OFF A 2004 IS NOT A YJ. JEEP WRANGLERS THRU 87-95 ARE YJ MODELS IN 96 THEY TOOK A BREAK AND IN 97 THEY CAME OUT WITH THE TJ MODEL. SO YOUR 2004 SOFT TOP WILL NOT FIT A YJ.
The 1989 Jeep YJ wiper blade sizes are 11" wiper blades on both sides front and a 16" rear wiper. See sources and related links below for more information. Since there are over 22 different wiper arm attachments, do not buy wipers just by length only - be sure to lookup exact wiper blade part numbers by vehicle make, model and year for the brand wiper you decide to purchase. This ensures correct length AND correct attachment.
Stick shift, yes. Automatic, no.
The front speakers in a 1994 Jeep Wrangler YJ measure 4 inches by 6 inches. These speakers are in the dash of the vehicle.
It is (x + yj) / |x + yj|
Mopar ATF+4 trans fluid
Certainly, they are both YJ"s.
SAE 10w30 any major brand.
Yes, YJ to YJ should be a perfect fit.
I have a 1994 Wrangler (both YJ) and I get about 17/18 mpg
its the body style there are many such as the cj yj tj jk
No the 1994 hard top will only fit models up 96 (YJ) a hard top from years 97 and up will fit CJ7 tops and YJ (87-95) are interchangeable. They did not make a wrangler in 1996. All 97-2006 hard tops are interchangeable. You cannot interchange a TJ and YJ hard top.
The front axle shift motor will not engage if: A. No power / bag grounding or the more likely failure is B. No Vacuum (4wd will not engage unless vacuum line going to the module is working properly) check/replace vacuum hose
No, the 1994 model is a yj and they stopped making those in 1995. then a different model, the tj, started in 1997.
The 2009 top will not fit on a 1992 YJ
Yes, the 4.0 hasn't changed much over the years.
No it should not fit 94 is a YJ and the 02 is a TJ