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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-11-2002, 12:47 PM Thread Starter
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Ok I am in the process of a 91 4.0 ax5 np231 swap into a 88 yj 4.2 ba10 np231, I have the drivetrain in place, driveshafts connected, bigger hole in my floor cause the shifters were moved farther back. Also how much is a starter Altenator, I took mine to a place for them to rebuild, my aunt works there so I thought I'd get a deal and they want 166 for starter and 199 for altenator. So I phoned the dealer and it's cheaper for a new one with trade in the for these people to rebuild it???? Now for the list of parts
-powersteering pump/pulley
-a diagram of how the vacuum canisters are hooked up
-advice on how the electric fan hooks up
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I have a powersteering pump and pulley $30 plus shipping and it is yours
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I have an alternator from a 91 I swapped out for a mean green unit.
make an offer.
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I can get the you the diogram of the vacumme lines, but it's at home. I will get it and try to send it to you. I'm hooking up my mpi/HO head swap and I have the directions for that.
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Zly shipping would be a little much for me I am in Ontario, thx anyways.
Tippy that diagram would be great. Also what did you use for a throttle cable? And what about wiring? THX
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I haven't forgotton you, I've just been really busy helping farmers get their sugarbeets and corn planted.

Here is the vacuum diogram. If it doesn't look good on your screen let me know and I will e-mail it to you personally. I had to trim it waaaaay down to get in under the 100k limit.



The throttle cable I used came in the HESCO kit, but I think any oem cable would work as well. The same is for the wiring. Dorfs wrote a good deal on the wiring a week or so ago and told what pins did what on the PCM

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Thanks tippy that'll help a lot I know what you mean by getting busy...
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