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Reloading - My Observations 4x4Wire 01/20/22 10:34 PM
Two years ago I dismantled my reloading bench for a move from southern California to middle Tennessee. My new location has limited space and I took my time rebuilding my reloading bench to be efficient and conserve space. It is now complete and I recently tested my setup with a marathon reloading session.

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Re: Surging on acceleration. Trailmonkey 01/15/22 04:08 PM
Did a DIY block off plate for the throttle body, every runs great now but still gets a bit sluggish after warming up.
Assuming it needs the proper temp sensor. Even if it's one for a Chevy, as long as the ohms are the same I can cross thread it into the housing and JB-Weld it from the inside.

Just need verification on the actual ECU sensor and not the A/C switch that the parts house sold me.
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Water temperature sensor Trailmonkey 01/15/22 03:58 PM
The one that works for the ECU.. it's the front facing one correct ?
2 wire facing up is for the A/C...
1 wire smaller ones are the dummy light and gauge correct ?
What's the thread size for this sensor ?

I read the newer ones use M12x1.5 or the 3/8 NPT...
But think I seen the one I have ( 1990 3.0 v6 ) has M12x1.25 ?
I am in need of the ECU sensre or make one from another vehicle work.
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Re: Sad day for my wife Gen III JAVYPRO 01/12/22 01:04 AM
Hey guys,
This Montero was so well taken care of that when I took it to the dealership for a transmission flush they were surprised. They said it looked like brand new from bumper to bumper with all its mechanicals in tip top shape and maintenance to match BUT a rookie mistake.
I am going to fix it. But need a source for the how to remove the engine, well, how to disconnect the torque converter in particular. It looks like PITA.

Javy
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Re: 98 Monty Purchase?? Tranny problem question. rxinhed 01/03/22 12:01 AM
$700, beat,Montero Sport with issues might be a gamble.

Where are you located? I have a trans you may have, but it's in NorCal.
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Re: My new Montero Gen 3 Build Thread OldColt 12/31/21 03:53 PM
I have not even been near any of these new breed of Mitsues, nearest dealer is hours away so they are a mix of not common as well as the surprise of even seeing a Tri-diamond on the front of something. Heck I am building with a 2008 Eclipse engine but never have seen one of the cars up close.
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Re: Happy Holidays plh 12/29/21 11:04 PM
Missed Christmas, So Happy New Year!
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Re: V5MT1 Confusion Yellowhammer 12/29/21 03:25 AM
V6 or 4 cyl?
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Re: Early Gen I trim levels Yellowhammer 12/29/21 03:17 AM
Thanks! My DLX is a LWB 4 door. 🤷🏽‍♂️
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Re: OG folks chime in! Yellowhammer 12/25/21 12:23 AM
“Nothing but old people over here. “
😂😂😂

I’m starting to represent that remark.

Howdy Y’all. I still have my ‘91 LS LWB. It needs a lot of TLC but runs. Between work and kids, I don’t have a lot of time. Due to the commute, the Jetta TDI, now being the daily, has many more miles than the Montero, despite 15 years newer and owning it 9 years less.
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Re: 2 in lift kit worth it? 4x4Wire 12/24/21 12:47 PM
You don’t list year or model of your Jeep, so, it is hard to give a definitive answer.

And, what is your ultimate goal for wanting a lift?

If you want clearance for larger tires (33 and up), a 3” lift is minimum for CJ, JK, YJ and TJ models. XJ models need 4” lift or more for 33” tires.

In short, I world pass on that specific lift as it is basic lift on newer Rubicon models.
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