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Greetings from a newbie! I searched, and have been searching Google, for pictures on what the brackets look like for power steering pump/reservoir and air pump on a 1980 CJ5, 258 CID L6. I haven't been able to find any reference photos for this setup. I am swapping out the manual steering linkage and gear for that of power steering, from a 1979 CJ5 with a 305 V8. The steering gear box was a direct bolt in. I bought a different bracket off of ebay for the PS pump/reservoir for a 1980 CJ5 258. I managed to bolt on the pump/reservoir to the engine and it lines up perfectly to the wa
Hi everyone. I just picked up a 1977 CJ5 with s 232 and a one barrel. All the emissions was removed and the evap and EGR are still present. I have only had 4. Banger and v8 jeeps. There are 3 ports on the carb. Where do the vacuum lines hook up. I want to run the minimum amount, distributor, EGR, and charcoal canister. Any help will be great. Pictures even better, the emissions diagrams did not help since most of the parts are gone. Scott
Part 2: Rebuilding An Original Ignition Switch The first thread in this series, Vintage Jeep Ignition Switch - Part 1: Refreshing An Original Switch , covered the internal cleaning of an original switch without disassembling it. That process may suffice in some cases to restore an older switch to good working order. In the case of the original 50-year old ignition switch from my 1967 CJ5, however, it proved to be insufficient to fully fix the problem. This thread picks up where I left off in Part 1. When Moses and I initially discussed this idea in an off-forum conversation (much
I recently purchased a 1971 Jeep CJ5 with the Dauntless V6. It ran when i got it but very, very rough. I changed the spark plugs, and did an oil change to cover my bases. When i run the engine it will sit there and idle but no oil it getting up to the valve covers, push rods, rocker arms etc. The gauge in the dash was reading 40psi, to make sure i was getting this pressure i plumbed up a new oil gauge and it read 40psi as well. I pulled a few of the lifters and primed the pump manually with a drill through the distributor hole. Oil runs into the lifter valley through the proper channels...