Cleaning up the winch wiring with a power distribution block and battery disconnect.
My winch wires have been run to my battery terminals. It was pretty messy. And every time I went to disconnect the battery I had to mess with the winch and accessory wiring.
So I ordered a power block from Amazon.
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Removal of a CV axle in a 1990 Isuzu Amigo
Tom’s Amigo had trouble on our last off-road trip. It would lose front drive occasionally. We eventually diagnosed it as the CV axle pulling out of the hub splines.
Tom picked up a new axle
https://amzn.to/2Vk4B2t and this weekend we decided to swap it out. Or maybe just replace the C clip that had come loose allowing the axle to pull out of the hub.
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My old Gabrial air shocks were leaking on my 1991 Jeep Cherokee XJ, so I ordered a set of Monroe Max from Amazon.
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Trying to find out why things quit working while my engine was out.
WHe nI started my 1988 Jeep Cherokee after having the engine out, I noticed a few things were not working. My Heater blower, windshield wipers, and turn signals were not working.
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Mounting a 136 Amp alternator where the AC compressor used to be on my Renix Jeep XJ.
Since I don’t have AC on my off road Jeep, I decided to try to relocate the alternator to the area normally used by the compressor. I looked into making brackets, but I found they were readily available on Ebay.
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