Our race at AMP was cut short due to a sudden loss of oil pressure. We tried to diagnose at the track, but the crack pulley was tight and the oil level was correct so we knew a removal and disassembly was next on the diagnostic list.
Back in the shop, I pulled the engine and dropped the oil pan. Inside, where it should not be, was part of the oil pick up tube. The remainder was still bolted to the block.
Tracking down and repairing the clunk in my front suspension.
For a while now, my 1988 Jeep Cherokee XJ has had a clunk sound that can be felt on the floor whenever I go form stopping to going. It is especially bad when swapping from reverse to forward. I removed a control arm bolt and found the mounting holes in the axle were oval-shaped.