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Old June 28th, 2013, 08:49 AM   #41
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Okay I have the 242 then. I don't have an option for AWD.
I have:
2WD.
Part time 4x4.
Full time 4x4 High.
Neutral.
4WD Low.

On the street in winter what do I use?
What is the difference in part time 4WD and full time 4WD?
I have a GC with the same tcase, and the wording on the shifter is confusing... Part time 4x4 is to be used on extremely loose traction areas, basically used "Part-time"...
Full time can be used all the time, even on dry asphalt according to the manual. I believe there is a clutch pack inside the tcase that limits the torque to the front when in Full-time...
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Old June 29th, 2013, 02:12 AM   #42
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Thank you!
That's what I thought but was not sure.
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Old July 1st, 2013, 09:21 PM   #43
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just so you guys no this is his first jeep as you can see he has a real nice zj hope he will get it fix soon he needs to take it to bundy hill and brake it in lol
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I think I fixed it!
I replaced the cracked header with a new Dorman onefor now as they sent me the wrong header.
FYI the Dorman one is a total POS. It looks like it was welded up by a drunken monkey, and they crushed the 1-3 primary tube in half to make it fit. Waist of money IMO. I will be changing it for a good header as soon as I can.
Next I had a new exhaust system installed including a new cat. (Muffler shop made me install one.)
Full 2.5" system with a Flomaster 50 SUV muffler and all mandrel bends. Also mounted a flex sectoin right in front of the cat.
Then we installed new O2 sensors and new fuel injectors. Reset the ECU, and it runs great now!

So far no problems, and its got power like it should.

I also installed a 2" lift and then got it aligned. But now I have bump steer.
Not sure what to do about that just yet thou.
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