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Re: Rebuild or replace 3.7l

Well not only grungy looking but the black little sliding things are gone or not working anymore, but it does work...

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Re: Rebuild or replace 3.7l

Gotcha. Looks the same as the 2wd but would check with a salvage yard. They could probably look in the computer to know for sure if the internals were the same for AWD. Or check part numbers with dealer.
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Gotcha. Looks the same as the 2wd but would check with a salvage yard. They could probably look in the computer to know for sure if the internals were the same for AWD. Or check part numbers with dealer.
Same shift module. It only changes if it's got 4lo. Heck it's the same shift module in the Srt lol, only difference there is in how it's tuned
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Re: Rebuild or replace 3.7l

I just thought of this while I was under the jeep....how the hell am I going to rotate the flywheel to unbolt it from the torque converter since now I can't get the engine to rotate with a breaker bar??
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I just thought of this while I was under the jeep....how the hell am I going to rotate the flywheel to unbolt it from the torque converter since now I can't get the engine to rotate with a breaker bar??
Screw driver on the flywheel acting as a pry bar, or a big pry bar. Lock her in the teeth and turn it that way. Its not preferred but I have done it on a 6.5 liter Humvee
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Re: Rebuild or replace 3.7l

I'll give it a try tomorrow...looking to be able to pull it out tomorrow! 😀
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I'll give it a try tomorrow...looking to be able to pull it out tomorrow! ?de00
Worse comes to worse just pull the trans with the engine at the same time and then separate them on the ground
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Re: Rebuild or replace 3.7l

That was kinda my thoughts, didnt want to have to do that but if necessary it'll be done..
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Just saw your build thread. I moved from one to the other so I stuck a link while I was there. Project "Rock Bottom" rebuild

You're really making some good progress. Two thumbs up.
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That was kinda my thoughts, didnt want to have to do that but if necessary it'll be done..
I feel ya. I kinda had to use "plan b" when I swapped out my right front strut assembly when I lowered the jeep.
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Just saw your build thread. I moved from one to the other so I stuck a link while I was there. Project "Rock Bottom" rebuild

You're really making some good progress. Two thumbs up.
Thanks Governor!
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