a wrecking yard should be able to tell you this, you may have to call a couple, because their not all that friendly..or visit one, you'll get more help in person..:) Or, try this www.jwjeep.com, leave your contact information. I have experience purchased from them. They are pretty friendly and accurate.
all wheels up to 2006 should be a good fit.
The factory engine sizes are a 2.5L four cylinder and a 4.0L six cylinder.
How do you change the steering shaft in a 1990 Jeep Wrangler?
No. Check engine lights didn't start in the Wrangler until the MPI system came out for the 1991 model years. For both the 4 and 6 cyl engines.
No. 2005 is link and coil. 1990 is leaf spring.
The amount of oil needed for a 1990 Jeep Wrangler is 6 quarts. The Jeep Wrangler uses 10W 30 oil.
I shouldn't, 1990 is a YJ and the 97 is a TJ.
1990-1995 4.9 DISTRIBUTORS INTERCHANGE CORRECTLY.
Yes it does interchange. 1990-1993 Accords have the same camshaft pulley (or cog).
A 1990 Wrangler would be a YJ.
Yes, as long as the engine is the same.
You want to look on the intake manifold on the Jeep Wrangler.
The ax5, AX15 transmissions in a 1990 Wrangler use 80W90 gear oil.
no, very different
Certainly, they are both YJ"s.
Yes, it will fit just fine.
A 1990 Jeep Wrangler needs approximately 6 quarts of oil for an oil change.
No, that is a smidge too small, that Wrangler has a 5x4.5 bolt pattern
No it will not interchange.
No. The Prelude has a B20A5 motor. The civic will have a D-series tranny. They will not interchange (B and D series parts do not interchange).
On a 1990 Jeep Wrangler, the IAT sensor is located on the intake manifold. It is a gray, two-wire system situated on the front of the manifold.