Crank it over a couple of times. Then take a plug or two out to see if gas is on the plug. If it is getting gas then check for spark. Take a plug out and hook up the plug wire and hold it close to the engine block. (make sure to hold the plug by the rubber boot) Have someone else turn over the starter once or twice. There should be a very visible spark going from the engine to the spark plg. If there is no spark then either the coil or distributor is bad. I would replace the coil first. hope this helps.
There are screws in between the slats of the vent cover.
Budy,the problem not be the air filter,might be the carb or cylinder have problems.
Yes, they should be the same motor.
on top of the valve cover
Not that familiar with Jeeps, but you could have a collapsed lifter, or you might have a rocker arm out of adjustment.
The spare tire cover needs to match size of tire.
The Wrangler uses a fixed orifice system. There isn't a pcv valve. The tube coming from the center rear of the valve cover is the orifice.The Wrangler uses a fixed orifice system. There isn't a pcv valve. The tube coming from the center rear of the valve cover is the orifice.
On top of the engine oil cover near back.
The Wrangler uses a fixed orifice system. There isn't a pcv valve. The tube coming from the center rear of the valve cover is the orifice.
Cover Up - 1984 Midnight Highway 1-9 was released on: USA: 8 December 1984
It is on the valve cover, the hose attached to it goes to the intake.
Between the battery and the valve cover on the firewall.
Look on the differential cover and there will be a tag with the ratio on it.
do you mean pcv its located in th valve cover
under the timing chain cover on the front of the engine -boone
Valve cover is 85 in-lbs not ft-lbs
The Band 'Deep Purple'. And, Buckcherry does the 2009 cover. :) Blackfoot is the band that performs Highway Song, not Deep Purple unless they did a cover version at some point
It uses an orifice in the top rear of the vavle cover not a PCV vavle.
On a 1987 Jeep Wrangler, the fuel filter is located on the driver's side of the valve cover. It is a small silver cylinder with one line going into it and two lines coming out of it.
Probably no more than 18 Flbs.
The ratio is on a tag on front and rear axle between 2 of the cover bolts
its on the valve cover right behind the oil fill cap..
Back of valve cover on pass side rite below heater hoses
i have ps3, so when you are near a solid piece of cover e.g fence or over truned table you press L2