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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-10-2000, 08:47 PM
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wiring and diffs

I have a few queries and would really appreciate any help. These my seem odd but I just got this jeep and the last one I operated was a 1970 m38. 1988 yj, 258, peugot(ick)
1. Where is my ignition module? it's doesn't seem to be in the engine compartment. Like it's supposed to be. although it's entirely possible I'm retarded
2.Can anyone help me locate a wiring diagram for a 88 yj? The local dealership stared at me like I was nuts.
3.I live in north west ontario so I'm interested in any advice on making an extremely reliable vehicle. High-power and flash are virtualy irrelavent since snow and -30C doesn't care if it's chrome.

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Re: wiring and diffs

Not sure about YJ, but on a CJ with 258 the module is hiding behind the radiator overlow bottle on the fender.

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Re: wiring and diffs

I use a chilton's for YJ's when I need a wiring diagram, isn't too bad for $10-$15.


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Re: wiring and diffs

Hi adnha, A few weeks back I was searching for the ignition module on my 88YJ also. It is on the drivers side, on the fender, below the radiator overflow tank, there are three screws coming in from under the fender. I moved my module to the fire wall on the other side. Hope this helps.

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