No, there was a body style change in 1997.
yes, any top for an 1987-1995 can be switched out
Yes, that should be a good fit
Screws in the bottom hold it onto the floor.
Yes, that should work just fine
a '91 and it should be the same. If your top is a factory hardtop, then there are 7 screws across the top inside to fasten the top onto the windshield.
The windshield streaming after a radiator change on a 1993 Jeep Wrangler is a result of a loose connection. Steam is caused when coolant leaks onto the engine and is heated rapidly.
In September of 1998, Google Inc. was put onto the web.
remove access plate on floor around shifter, 4 bolts hold the shifter onto the trans.
On a gas engine it is the part that the fan is screwed onto.On a gas engine it is the part that the fan is screwed onto.
yes, it should bolt right in.
Remove the bolts that hold the distributor cap onto the distributor. Once this is off the rotor can be reached and replaced on a 1994 Acura Integra.
Pinch the belt into a loop, pass "the loop" down the right side of the fan & slip it onto the crank pulley,pass the "non-ribbed" side over the water pump, then left onto the alternator, then up onto the A/C, then down under the idler pully, & over to the power-steering pump and finally the "non-ribbed" side down to the adjustable idler pulley that sits below the Power steering pump.
Do you mean a 500 SL, or an SL 500? I have a '97 SL 500 (40th anniversary edition) and it's simple. 1) Lower windows. Park on flat surface. Put engine in "park" and turn engine off. 2) With a helper, gently set hardtop onto its position so straight brackets on rear are aligned with receiving pockets, and front of hardtop is squared over its receivers. 3) Turn key to AC position. 4) Push red tab button on center console (forward right button) forward until hardtop is fully pulled into receivers. Done.
the pulse board is bad. it bolts onto the wiper motor.
As far as I can determine, only the Canadian models have a DRL system. There isn't much info on it in US repair manuals. I own a 1994 Canadian Villager. On my vehicle, the module is screwed onto the passenger side strut tower, right behind the cruise control servo. Not sure if the 1998 models are the same, but should be pretty similar.
install all the wireing
yes They are all the same on the body parts
The fluid reservoir is bolted onto the firewall. It is just to the left, looking from the front of the vehicle.
First off, there was no 1996 Wrangler. The 1997 came out early in mid year so the model skipped 1996- a minor technicality. 86 1/2 to 1995 were the square head lights, then the 1997 went back to round like the 1999 has. It might be made to fit, but I bet it will have gaps sonce they changed the body tub slightly but enough to say it is probably not worth trying. The older CJ-7 & up to 1995 Wranglers do fit fairly close. So you may be able to get a 1999 top for a great price, but I would not try it. The only way to know for sure is to have about 4 strong buddies move it onto your older Jeep & see what happens, but I am thinking it is not going to work well.
Check driver left side kick space for a black control clipped onto electrical box.
I have a 1994 Sentra, and the relay is inside the steering wheel assembly, soldered onto a circuit board.
Depends on what size the wheel is ... the round thing that the tire mounts onto! 225 75R 15
you have lost your oil cap