Hey Kraby, Good to see you're still alive and the same with Dorfs and Fred!
Well, I took a look at the rad today and as I removed the filterbox to have good acces and space I saw a cracked exhaust manifold. No surprise, no big deal, but it will take a day to take it out and weld it. I saw I need a special 1/2" wrench for this tempsensor to bleed the cooling system as on thisone the connetor is a plastic thingy that's rather high. The pressure line from the powersteering is rusted quite badly, so when busy there and having everything else removed, I will replace thatone also. This is a dealer only serviced car. The top of the fan shroud is missing. They just broke it off to have quick and easy acces to replace fanclutch. The fan sucks fals air now instead of only through the rad. I understand the temp rising when driving in the city. Good deal!
At least the hitch is on now. I had to remove the rear bumber to get acces to the right frame rail, because I had to put a threaded strip in. Only the holes were there. Left it had tow eye, so threads were allready present at that side. Today I checked lights on the trailer and no smell of melted insulation, so that's alright, now.
Oh, I forgot to take pics. Well, it's a dark green Jamboree. Nothing special.
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Jamboree '94 stock 4.0 AX15 8.25
Cherokee Pioneer '88 i6 2-door 5 speed mostly stock put asleep