if you don't know how i would suggest a good rear end mechanic this can be very complicated if you don't know how to setup the gear and to set backlash, and preload. allot of mechanics claim to know how to do this and really don't. just remember you get what you pay for so do it right the first time There are numerous tools needed and several important set ups required for a quiet axle that will last. At least buy yourself a service manual before attempting.
It was an option available from the factory.
Limited Slip Differential 3.55 gear ratio
Just use a regular 80-90 weight
It is in the differential and secured by a 10mm bolt.
Open the drivers door and on the end of the door there should be an information sticker that includes the " axle code " =========================================================== conventional differential ( non limited slip ) # 43 is a 3.08 ratio # 41 is a 3.27 ratio # 45 is a 3.55 ratio # 44 is a 3.73 ratio ============================================================= limited slip differential D1 is a 3.27 ratio D4 is a 3.73 ratio
A 1994 Wrangler is fuel injected, not carbureted.
It just fits in from behind the dash, you will have better luck if you lower the heater first.
That is the axle vent hose. It ties off to the body above the axle.
if it is a 4 cylinder 5 speed probably 4.10 ratio.that what mine had in it but changed to 4.88
Yes it will.
No, it will not.
it will fit no problem
The 1994 Wrangler DOES come stock with a spare tire mounted on the back.
The correct factory tire size for a 1994 Jeep Wrangler is 215/75R15.
No, there was a body style change in 1997.
All Ford Rangers have a rear differential , and if they are 4X4 equipped , a front differential also
Certainly, they are both YJ"s.
no, 87-95 soft tops will though
Yes, it will fit just fine.