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Hi, I have 32RH trans in 1995 4.0 YJ 150k miles. It works perfectly except there are some noises (probably trans related) that recently started and bother me: After Jeep has been sitting overnight - when I start it in Park, there is some rattling/grinding noise that starts around 2k rpm. This is more pronounced when it is cold outside, like 35F. Noise only occurs in Park and only on 2k+ rpms. I'm not 100% sure that it is gone once everything heats up, it could be that it is just more silent but present. I think this is 100% coming from trans because changing the gear eliminates the
I am trying to find the cause of a rich running engine, and I'm running out of ideas of what to do next. History: Wife bought me and my son this Jeep sight unseen a few months back for us to fix up. 213,000 miles Initial engine problems identified: Heavy exhaust smell, cracked exhaust manifold, Clogged CCV valves with oil bypass in air filter. Overall the jeep runs great other than the strong exhaust smell and bluish smoke from exhaust pipe. No noticeable power difference from other wrangler 4.0s i've driven. Haven't driven it enough to report on gas mileage. Smell is too har
I'm in a pickle. Had to install new shocks (both tore away from rear upper shock mounts..due to weak springs(?)..lower rear shock mounts also damaged) and leaf springs (which say a 2-2.5" lift). Upon installing the springs, the output shaft from the rear pumpkin (I'm not a mechanic) pulled-out approx 1.5 inches (shiny..no dirt) and the shaft entering the front pumpkin, also pulled-out some. I drove yesterday and all kind of God-awful noises...not good. I'm told the rear axle has to rotate towards the front of the jeep to push the shaft back into place. This can be done with sh