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JEEP WRANGLER Using front seat belt for rear

I have purchased family roll bar to put in my 87 does anyone know if I can use the front seat belts from a 91 for the rear

I am actually doing this now to my 89 yj. I got the seatbelts with the roll bar from a 94 I think. The belts will work. but there is some modification you have to do. If you notice on the rear of the rollbar where the tensioner attaches there is a smaller hole (not threaded) to keep the tensioner from moving. The belt off the front has an arrowhead shaped blade. This will not fit in the round hole.

JEEP WRANGLER II TJ 2002 tj 2.5l replacing the serpantine belt tensioner hardware

I need to replace the tensioner assembly on my tj and need advice on the best way to do it without tearing apart my engine bay. replacing tensioner adjustment collar (gizmo that holds the pulley and slides along the tensioner bolt) the pulley bolt (just because the old one may be plotting on self destruction) tensioner bolt space seems to be limited behind the tensioner bracket. open to all advice.

I had the exact same thing happen a while back when I was doing some work. Noticed that the tensioner adjustment collar was FUBAR-looks like it was hit with a chisel. I cut it out and replaced that as well as the tensioner bolt. while I was at it I replaced both the idler and the tensioning pully assemblies though I did re-use the pulley bolts. It is not a hard job at all-the worst part was extracting

Quote Originally Posted by 77midget I had the exact same thing happen a while back when I was doing some work. Noticed that the tensioner adjustment collar was FUBAR-looks like it was hit with a chisel. I cut it out and replaced that as well as the tensioner bolt. while I was at it I replaced both the idler and the tensioning pully assemblies though I did re-use the pulley bolts. It is not a hard job

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JEEP WRANGLER Seat belt flapping (top down)

Any one else expirencing this How do i fix it

This is the part that connects the loop to the tensioner

Quote Originally Posted by cab76 I used the seatbelt wrap like the one shown in the photo and I havent heard it flap once since. Ive done the same.... The trick is to put it on the part of the belt as it comes right out of the tensioner so that its right down on the floor... Someone posted pics of it like that last summer... Not sure where that thread is though and Im too lazy to search for it right now..

JEEP WRANGLER Stuck Seat Belt

OK first let me say that I hope I am posting this tread in the right spot. If noy Please forgive me. OK now onto the problem. My drivers seatbelt will not extend. It is stuck in the rolled up position. Any Tips. I tried taking the whole mechanism off but the unit is secured so tight that all I did was ruin my torx bit. so whatever I do must be done inside the cab. I have already taken the black plastic

Zero play what so ever try backing the belt in 14 and see if it will come out. If you had the belt out I would say it was the tensioner locked in place but if it is still installed it could be just stuck. Try hitting it with compressed air.

I give you an A for effort on this but I hope you did not cause any issues while in there. seat belt tensioners are not something I Like to mess with. The new ones I picked up even say to not do what you just did because of the sensative parts inside.

JEEP WRANGLER Seat Belt Extenders - Fixing the constant locking belt

Research shows buying a seat belt extension will stop the seat belt from constantly locking up and chocking my rear passengers. However when I look up the part (5083695AA) it appears that its a basic 3 extension and I dont see how that could have any effect on the spool functionality of the seat belt. Am I missing something This extension only appears to be for large people that need a few extra inches. Has anyone purchased these and did it fix the problem

I just did a quick search and found this YouTube on repairing the seatbelt tensioner. You probably already ran across it but if not hear it is. Hope that helps. YouTube YouTube

JEEP WRANGLER II TJ Manual Lap belts for 2002 TJ

We always wear our factory belts while off-roading. But the automatic tensioners are frustrating when we are on a steep incline and must get inout of the jeep. I am thinking of keeping the factory system but also adding a manual lap belt for off-road use. I am looking for feedback andor suggestions. I am thinking along these lines Getting the chrome piece that the lap and shoulder belt runs through

Not to hi-jack here but is there anyway to adjust the tensioner. Just driving down the road it gets very tight on my waist and is uncomfortable. I have found myself recently not wearing it sometimes. DUMB I know. Is every TJ seatbelt system like this Can I make an adjustment or do I just have to live with it

JEEP WRANGLER Airbag wiringSeatbelt pretensioner part identification

I gutted my 2010 2D JK (with side airbags) a little under a year ago to monstaline the interior. When removing the seats and seat belts I disconnected the battery and waited the required time before disconnecting the side airbag harnesses. Despite everything my airbag warning light still fired up on the dash once the job was done. I retraced my steps and discovered that the airbag wiring that triggers

I believe the part in question is pictured below it is called the seat belt-RETRACTOR tensioner-PASSENGER - YELLOW (BODY) 2 WAY Unfortunately the part appears to be unavailable based on this site which I used to find it httpdto.vftis.commoparmain.asp Does this mean a dead end for me Is there any recourse for obtaining this part I also noticed that the following product is available from MOPAR WIRING.

JEEP WRANGLER Belt specs for AC and Alternator

Does anyone have the original belt specs for the AC belt and the Alternator belt off an 88 4.2L I picked up some belts that were close to the ones that I pulled off but the AC belt is a little too long and maxes out the pump tightener. It looks to be the right width but large in diameter. Also does the V on the V-belt need to seat low in the groove Or does the fattest part need to sit flush with the

Quote Originally Posted by apache2158 Does anyone have the original belt specs for the AC belt and the Alternator belt off an 88 4.2L I picked up some belts that were close to the ones that I pulled off but the AC belt is a little too long and maxes out the pump tightener. It looks to be the right width but large in diameter. Go back and get a belt that is 1 inch and 1.5 inch shorter then the one that

JEEP WRANGLER I YJ 1992 yj bad belt squeal

My jeep squeals really bad on start up and my alt is drawing power really bad and every time I turn on my signals my voltage gage flikers. And it also looks like my harmonic balancer is pushed outward a little bit. So my belt tends to slide back tward the timing cover

Sounds to me like the harmonic balancer wasnt installed properly. I replaced mine several weeks ago & then had to remove it to replace the timing chain. Take the bolt out and use a dead blow hammer to ensure the balancer is fully seated then torque to specs (80 ftlbs). Take alternator off & have checked. Mine would fluctuate at low RPMs....replaced and all is good. As far as your belt squeal......put

JEEP WRANGLER Are there any aftermarket seats that allow the use of the passenger side airbag

04 Rubicon. Id like to do aftermarket seatsharnesses at some point but I want to retain the functionality of the passenger side side airbag. Thanks Chris

Hes talking about the occupant safety sensor. Most are a small air bladder built into the seat cushion that when someone heavy enough sits on it it tells the SRS module that someone is sitting in the seat. Its really just a cost saving sensor as passenger air bags are about 1000 so you dont want it to blow if no ones there. Id look under the seat and see what connectors are there. Have not paid attention

Quote Originally Posted by Doctor7474 Hes talking about the occupant safety sensor. Most are a small air bladder built into the seat cushion that when someone heavy enough sits on it it tells the SRS module that someone is sitting in the seat. Its really just a cost saving sensor as passenger air bags are about 1000 so you dont want it to blow if no ones there. Id look under the seat and see what connectors

JEEP WRANGLER Seatbelt rattling like Chinese water torture

So I got my new 08 wrangler 2-door. Love it HOWEVER the drivers side seatbelt rattles in the wind over 35mph. Like crazy. Dealers out for the weekend. I had leather put on the seats dont know if that has anything to do with it but the part of the belt that goes along side the door and down into the bottom of the floor just flaps in the wind. Its unfuriating I cant be the only one who has had this problem. Any thoughts from the jeep gurus Thanks. Sparky

Try this Wally World sells seatbelt tensioners for about 4.00. Double side tape them or pop rivet them to the side post and snap in the belt. No rattle. Be carefull if you pop rivet on the passenger side there are wires just under the plastic. pull the plastic first.

JEEP WRANGLER Off-Road Bumper and Airbags

Hello I am looking for an off-road bumper that will take a winch and still retain the functioning of the airbags. I know the Mopar will and I think the LOD ones...any others Thank you Dale

Lets add some facts from the Factory Service Manual (FSM) to this discussion. Occupant Restraint Controller Description The Occupant Restraint Controller (ORC) (1) is secured with four nuts to four studs on a stamped steel mounting bracket welded onto the top of the floor panel transmission tunnel between the two front seats beneath the floor console and rearward of the transmission gearshift mechanism

JEEP WRANGLER Airbag Light

Yesterday the airbag light started going off. About 15 minutes into driving. Happened twice. Twice today too. Took to dealer - right away he is saying maybe it got uncalibrated. I just know he is going to try to pin it on me so they can charge me instead of as a warranty issue. Anyone else had this go on

from Chrysler technical information OPERATION The microprocessor in the Occupant Restraint Controller (ORC) contains the supplemental restraint system logic circuits and controls all of the supplemental restraint system components. The ORC uses On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) and can communicate with other electronic modules in the vehicle as well as with the diagnostic scan tool using the Controller Area

JEEP WRANGLER Liberty Steering Wheel radio Controls on a X

So I want to take the steering Wheel Radio controls to and move them to my TJ. The tj looks to have the same blanks on the underside of the steering wheel that the Liberty has. What do you think would need to be done to make this work..New clockspring Wire harness

I have also noticed that the steering wheel on my TJ has the cutouts for audio controls that my wifes KJ has (nice feature). I copied the below out of an 03 KJ SM. Note that it warns you about the airbag I guess then it would depend on if the TJs wiring harness is also setup to connect the remote radio switch Did jeep use the same harness in the TJ and KJ Let me see if I can find out if the part numbers

JEEP WRANGLER Door Hinge Pins Leave them off

Hey everyone This is my first post - I have owned my 11 wrangler for about a year now so naturally I have been babying this thing and only recently have begun to break it in properly. Went off road last week and took the doors of for the first time yesterday (Ive got the signature dents of shame from the mirrors to prove it). My question is simple Is it safe to leave the hinge pins out Im inclined

I typically keep my soft top up doors and rear windows off and my jeep has survived some pretty heavy downpours without any problems. The only nuisances so far have been a lot of waterspots on the interior flapping of the seat belts and a general inability to carry anything of value. If your seat belts flap buy some seat belt pads and put them near the belt tensioner to solve that problem. The main

JEEP WRANGLER I YJ Why I have a YJ

Yesterday I ran to town with the YJ and realized why I keep it. The sun was shining through the mesh top no doors it was warm and clear. My kids just love being in the back with the wind blowing. Despite the hard ride lack of modern creature comforts it was glorious and is why I put up with the downsides to jeep ownership. I have asked many questions here gotten a lot of good answers and I thank you

JEEP WRANGLER AC Delete plateIdler Pulley

My AC compressor started making a HORRID noise today (sounds like toasted bearing or something) I am just going to say screw it and yank the compressor as winter is on its way and the thing leaked anyway. Is there a good aftermarket AC delete kit available Thanks

Quote Originally Posted by lupinsea Had the same problem youre describing and I just swapped out the AC belt for a non-AC belt. Cost about 24-ish and I still have my AC pump in there if I ever want to fix the pully (pulley bearing went out too). Of course its been about 2 years now with no AC but I havent missed it up here in seattle. Fixed it last night by using the non-AC belt. Thankfully jeep didnt

JEEP WRANGLER Avenger Supercharger install pics Clackamas Or.

Heres what I did today... the rig is a automatic 02 sport with a 2 suspension lift and 1 bl on 35 swampers with 4.88 gears... supercharger still bolted to the plywood packaging base.. first I pulled the tb removed the external screw in and press in vacuum ports the screw ins bot pluged with pipe plugs including the IAT sensor the press ins get soft plugs hammered in replaced the injectors with the

heres the rest... I got side tracked by this yesterday and took off and left the camera sitting on the tool box.. had to cut the spring perches move the axle back one inch and reset the pinion angle... back to the supercharger.. the belt was kinda a run-around... the one sent in the kit turned out to be to short I spent a bunch of time trying different routing then called jack at avenger after two

JEEP WRANGLER Which Way is it

For the 08 JK Sahara does the Brake Lock Diff (BLD) feature work in 4WD Hi Does it work in 4WD low Is it part of the ECS The Moab jeep shop says there is no traction control in 4WD hi or lo thx

Quote Originally Posted by 222Doc 2012 might not be the same then. no where does it show in locked. you can not have 1 spin wheel locked. No way a rubi with 41 is going to hit 40mph in low. at 15mph the planitary in the tcase sounds like turbin winding up. Oddly enopugh the TC works well but not crawling. Last winter i was messing on snow covered trail that had a steep hill. in high 4by. you could

Quote Originally Posted by jwmbishop shuddup and drive lol The seat belt tensioner staying tense is a good thing though. If youve never been in a rollover you just wont understand how disorienting it is. A good friend of mine instructs race drivers on escape and uses a modified stock car on a two axis rotisserie to scramble em up and then come to stop and tells em GO - amazing how many go the wrong

JEEP WRANGLER Disc batt. for front bumper install

Do I need to disconnect the battery to install a new bumper. Is there a way to set off air bags fooling around up there Thanks in advance.

wait a few minutes before you do but bumper or fog lights no. This is how the service manual described where the two front sensors are mounted Each front sensor is secured with a screw to the back of the front end module carrier on either side of the cooling module and inboard of the headlamp within the engine compartment. Quote Originally Posted by kade First no air bag is gone deploy when the jeep

Quote Originally Posted by ronjenx This is how the service manual described where the two front sensors are mounted Each front sensor is secured with a screw to the back of the front end module carrier on either side of the cooling module and inboard of the headlamp within the engine compartment. This is from the factory service manual WARNING To avoid serious or fatal injury on vehicles equipped

Quote Originally Posted by ronjenx This is how the service manual described where the two front sensors are mounted Each front sensor is secured with a screw to the back of the front end module carrier on either side of the cooling module and inboard of the headlamp within the engine compartment. No disrespect intended but you should not be giving this advice about a system that can injure or kill

the battery is always a safe practice whatever you work on just in case also if you fallow what you posted from the manual before attempting any steering wheel steering column airbag seat belt tensioner impact sensor or instrument panel component diagnosis or service. front bumper is nowhere on this list No but the original comment was directed at the possibility some part of the front of the jeep

JEEP WRANGLER III JK Anybody using the Corbeau Retractable 3-Point Harness

I have been looking at seat and harnesses for a while now and I finally decided to go with the Corbeau Baja Ultra. Now I am looking at harnesses and I really like the idea of this retractable harness. I was just wondering if anybody else is running these and how you like them. I was also wondering how they are mounted.

I have personal experience with these exact seat belts. I thought the same thing. BUT DO NOT GET THESE the model I got had plastic and flimsy metal parts for the shoulder strap tensioner. This piece broke apart going fast on a lakebed with my buddy. Lucky it broke before anything else happened. I was very disappointed in these belts. The retractor eventually broke as well. Its cheaper to get regular

JEEP WRANGLER Bobs Build Thread

Ive had the jeep for a year now so heres my build thread. Here is how she sits now And this is how she looked when I got her Ive outlined my adventure so far below and will try to update this thread as I make progress. Eventually Id like to have a V8 in there to replace my poor little 4 cylinder but thats some time away.

floor pan to take care of a slight rust issue replacement of the windshield gaskets to take care of a leak radiator replacement cooling system flush (more black fluid) and replacement of the upperlower hoses thermostat and radiator cap. Busy month In May I bought some center caps for the Toyos but I soon removed the 33s to put the stockers back on in a Bronx-proofing effort. I was taking the jeep

JEEP WRANGLER Fuse bloxk

Well havent had to much of a chance to check the jeep out since I picked it up monday drove it to work today I knew the fuse box is starting to get worn. Guy told me about it when we swapped. Has anyone ever changed out the factory fuse box with another How difficult is it would it be best to get one from the dealer junk yard or someplace like painless Or is there a way to tightin up where the fuses

I am gona call a friend of mine a a dodge dealer just for giggles and see how much a new one is also might check the salvage yard gota call them in a bit and see if they found my other seat belt tensioner for me I know they have at least one jeep there might go that route to.....

JEEP WRANGLER Heres a list of Chrysler Acronyms

AC Air Conditioning AAT Ambient Air Temperature ABM Antilock Brake Module ABS Antilock Brake System ACT Actuator AHBM Automatic High Beam Module AMP Amplifier APM Adjustable Pedal Module APPS Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor APS Adjustable Pedals System ASD Auto Shut Down AT Automatic Transmission-Rear Wheel Drive ATC Automatic Temperature Control ATF Automatic Transmission Fluid ATX Automatic Transmission-Front

MUX Multiplex NAV Navigation NGC Next Generation Controller NVLD Natural Vacuum Leak Detection O2S Oxygen Sensor OAT Outside Air Temperature OBD On Board Diagnostics OCM Occupant Classification Module OCS Occupant Classification System OCSVR Occupant Classification System Verification Required OD Overdrive Clutch or Pressure Switch ODO Odometer ORC Occupant Restraint Controller OSS Output Speed Sensor

JEEP WRANGLER III JK 2008 Wrangler X air bags off-road

I have a 2008 jeep wrangler X 2dr. My friends have older models without air bags. Question is we go on some difficult washout trails and arroyos with some good drop offs. If we hit an obstacle (rock) with the front of the jeep could the airbags deploy How severe an impact would it need to be and would it immobilise the vehicle If it would what would I need to do to get mobile again as we could be 2030

Well there arent impact sensors in the front of the bumper. For example you cant kick the bumper and make an air bag go off. Its based on a rate of deceleration. There arent impact sensors at all just accelerometers measuring G forces. From the maintenance manual Deployment of the SRS components depends upon the angle and severity of an impact. Deployment is not based upon vehicle speed rather deployment

JEEP WRANGLER II TJ Adding Power Steering to a TJ

Well somehow I managed to pick up what seems like the only manual steering TJ. I also have about 25-35 degrees of play in the steering box and will have to replace it ASAP I called a jeep junkyard today and they had a few power steering boxes for TJs but no manual steering boxes. My question is how hard would it be to add power steering to my rig I can get a PS box for 100 and I figure I can get the

Yes a LOT of base model TJs (SE) came with no power steering. Only in 97 I believe. Before they started value added stuff the base model was very base indeed. Even a rear seat was an option. The quick order package that included power steering also included an amfm radio... Made a CJ look fancy... BillyV - get everything. Box lines pump brackets etc . ALSO take a Good look (take a pic and bring it

Quote Originally Posted by BlueFlame Yes a LOT of base model TJs (SE) came with no power steering. Only in 97 I believe. Before they started value added stuff the base model was very base indeed. Even a rear seat was an option. The quick order package that included power steering also included an amfm radio... Made a CJ look fancy... BillyV - get everything. Box lines pump brackets etc . ALSO take

JEEP WRANGLER Clogged lifters and squealing engine noise - a case study

Hi everyone Some time ago I had a squealing engine noise coming from the top of the engine at first I asked in the forums and was told this could be the distributor I posted a video at the time and some people pointed belts as the cause well... it was none of those and I would like to repost the video and explain the problem so it stays documented for future reference Here is the video YouTube YouTube

JEEP WRANGLER Engine REVs high at start after manifold replacement confused

I just replaced the exhaust manifold on my 97 TJ 4.0. Whenever i start it now the engine just REVs like someone is stomping on the Gas. im not sure what would cause this but i ran into a couple other problems as i was putting everything back together that might be helpful in helping me figure this out. When i put the power steering pump back on the bolts didnt line up through the bracket and into the

JEEP WRANGLER 07 JK steering wheel removal

Can anyone tell me how to SAFELY remove my steering wheel and air bag

Disable and remove the drivers side airbag you say If the OP needs guidance to remove the steering wheel he certainly shouldnt be given such a generic statement. This is stuff that can kill you or at least break bones. This job and many others shouldnt be attempted without proper tech data. Going by some vague steps given on a forum is not safe. This is only one of the important steps left out of post

JEEP WRANGLER First time at a Pull-a-part...

I am heading to the local Pull-a-part this afternoon to try to grab a radiator and maybe some other small pieces. I was wondering since jeeps are built so much differently than other vehicles do they price stuff differently Online it says convertible tops are 100 bucks is that what they would charge you for the soft top What would they charge you for a hard top There doesnt seem to be a listing in

Quote Originally Posted by Tompatt cs-144 Those go for 20 here. York 210 compressor. Rear view mirrow with built in map light lots of cars have them but blazers seem to fit best. pontiac sunfire or cavalier seats air tanks from trucks or range rovers for OBA. various lights switches and relays older 4wd S10 blazers have great aluminum skid plates belt tensioner bolts from 6 cyl jaguars

Quote Originally Posted by jbolty Those go for 20 here. York 210 compressor. Rear view mirrow with built in map light lots of cars have them but blazers seem to fit best. pontiac sunfire or cavalier seats air tanks from trucks or range rovers for OBA. various lights switches and relays older 4wd S10 blazers have great aluminum skid plates belt tensioner bolts from 6 cyl jaguars please explain the last item Thanks Dan

JEEP WRANGLER I YJ Intermittent Airbag light...What should I look for

I have been having an intermittent airbag light the last couple of days. There seems to be no set pattern as to when it will pop up or not. What should I be looking at Ive searched and found nothing. I did the key dance and there are no associated codes.

Quote Originally Posted by Gorechild Believe it or not it could be the seat belt mechanism. I had the same thing happen to me and took it back to the dealer and it turned out the mechanism was bad. It was covered under the warranty so they replaced and now it doesnt come on any more. Not sure in what model year the sealbelt pre-tensioner became electronically integrated into the airbag system but 02 and older it definitely is not. Easy enough to check for...

JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE II WJ The 99 Intake Manifold HOW TO

Big thanks to Mallcrawlin user DJJordache and the information contained in his thread found HERE . His thread contains the dyno data and comparisons of the older manifold vs. the new manifold. But I feel like there were a few portions that were unclear and there is a lot left to you to figure out. So I made a write up to make it easier for everyone to do this swap. Note This write-up is for the 1993-1998

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