If this helps at all on my 87 I took the door off and all the interior stuff (window knob etc) brought it in side. Once I got all the interior stuff of I took out the coter pin that connects the handles to the lock mechenisim (sp) and the hard part was they put these weadge thing to hold the outer handle on there are two of them they push up from bottom to top I used a long sloted screwdriver and hammer to tap it out then it just came out and then put the new on in and put back together in reverse order and should work. It is hard to test with the wedges out but it can be done. you. Tony email@example.com
go to the website autorepair.about.com and they have the step-by-step instructions. good luck!
I have a 91 Wrangler with full doors. First close the window on the door. Now remove the inside door vinyl panel. The handle is attached from the inside, as you can see. Removal and replacement is obvious from this point.
Start by dropping the gas tank.
free diagram step by step at www.jeep4x4center.com
Yes, it was the exact same engine used in the wrangler in 1992, although if you didn't already have the 4.0 you will need an adapter to the transmission, or replace that too with an ax15.
A computer from a 1992 Wrangler with the same engine is what is compatible.
They didn't make a 1996 Wrangler...
W/ a new one
it will fit no problem
The correct factory tire size for a 1992 Jeep Wrangler is 215/75R15.
anyone has pictures out there for how to replace door handles for 92 Toyota corolla?
On the inside part of the handle there is a snap ring that holds the handle on, you need a special tool to remove the snap ring. Once removed, just pull off the handle.
A 1992 Jeep Wrangler with the 4-cylinder takes 4 quarts, and the 6-cylinder takes 6 quarts.
Six quarts of oil are needed to change the oil on a 1992 Jeep Wrangler.
Mt jeep wrangler has a dana 35 differential in it
No. Don't waste you time.
Where is the fuel pump RELAY on a 1992 Jeep Wrangler
In the fuel tank.
Replace the sending unit. Approx. $30 at parts store. I just replace one in my 1992 Wrangler. Requires a special socket ($12.) you can also use teflon tape and wrap the threads. Rarely do the leak around the threads, replace it before it creates bigger problems.
It is in the fuel tank