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I've got a NP241OR on my Wrangler, and would never downgrade myself (4:1 ratio, significantly stronger than the other t-cases), but yes you can mount a NV231 or NP242 with no modifications to: Chassis supports and general shape of the T-box (the swap should not be immediately apparent). However, the inputs/outputs of transfer cases are easily swappable, ...


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CAN-C is the high speed bus that connects the engine, brakes, airbags etc. CAN-IHS is a low speed bus that connects the comfort systems like radio and climate controls.


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Um... Here's the Duralast Rear Sway Bar Link for your vehicle on AutoZone.com. Part number EL159. It's just called a sway bar link and in the description it specifies front or rear. It's the same part whether you have the 4 cylinder or the 6. On RockAuto.com, it's called a Stabilizer Bar Link and in the description it specifies front or rear.


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If one connects a strong battery to a vehicle's electrical system with reversed polarity, nearly-unlimited current will flow through the alternator until it blows a fuse or fusible link, melts a wire or diode, or does something else catastrophic. Reverse-connecting a strong battery to a nearly-depleted battery that was itself connected properly would do ...


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Connecting the jumper cables the wrong way might actually damage your vehicle. If your battery is running low (that's why you can't start) then you have less voltage across it's nodes. When you connect another battery with the exchanged nodes, the current will flow out of your battery (since it's voltage is lower) and damage the battery. By the way this ...


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I believe there are too many variables to say for sure. It would depend on how long everything was connected incorrectly, how much damage the fire did along with what circuits were involved. Circuits that are not normally related to the starting or charging systems may have been damaged by the fire or by feeding power thru the ground side of the circuit. I ...


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More than likely the resultant issue is a fried fusible link which attaches the ignition to the starter or the starter relay which would do the same. This probably would not have killed the starter. This is the reason for the relays/fusible links in the first place. Since you didn't put down the model or year of the Jeep, it is a little hard to help you with ...


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Im not an expert, so take my advice with a grain of salt, but I think I can tackle this question: Possibly, but not likely. When you attach the wrong cables to the wrong nodes on a battery, it results in a very high current flow to the battery with a lower charge. The fuses in your fuse box are designed to burn out and break in the event of high surge of ...



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