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    well done Hunty. It takes a lot of patience plus trial and error to sometimes work these out.
    Have you tried rockauto.com ?

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    Check with Sandy @ thapa1978 on AJOR..... He is on here @ JK1978.... He was wrecking a JK and still has a few parts left over

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    "Hey Guyz

    If anyone knows somebody with a wrecked 07 petrol JK in their back yard and would be happy to loan the Fuse box / TIPM to me for a while I will fix my TIPM and post up what relay to buy and where to get it


    Enjoy Jeepin
    Cheers Hunty"

    Of any use?

    http://www.all4wdspares.com/index.ph...ow-dismantling

    Happy hunting Hunty - and that wasn't even deliberate!

    Dave

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    Very surgical Hunty. Awesome job, you should open up a Jeep Repairs I reckon. .

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    I've suggested just adding a rollover/impact cut off switch....that way if the tipm does cut out in a more remote area, then at least the motor will still work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunty View Post
    Heres the problem - in the event of a roll over or serious accident my computer cannot shut off the fuel pump - the only way to shut my pump off now is to turn off the ignition.
    So about the same as any TJ/XJ or other electric pump vehicle produced between 1980 about 2007

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    I just bought one of these off ebay
    Its out of a Ford Mustang and should activate upside down and at 8gs or above which equates to about a 60kph crash in a jeep (I think)






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    Smile How to replace clock spring Hunty's JK

    Hey PeEpS



    Cruise control not working?
    Airbag light and chime driving you crazy?


    You most likely have a worn / broken clock spring!


    Step 1
    Buy a new CS from Amazon, Ebay or wherever. I got mine from Amazon for fraction of Jeep AU price.


    Step 2
    Straighten the steering wheel.
    Disconnect the battery, I did because I absolutely did not want to accidentally set off the airbag - didnt fancy a screwdriver in my forehead, some may say it would be an improvement LoL
    The only tools you will need are
    a long T20 torx driver,
    philips head screw driver
    bend yourself a special flat blade screw driver
    Socket, ext and driver - to loosen the nut behind the wheel - Not the Jeep enthusiast LoL


    Step 3
    Remove the plastic panels around the steering column by removing the 3x T20 screws (underneath the wheel, 1 is silver and visible and 2 black ones are hidden)


    Step 4
    Remove the Horn button / Drivers airbag
    by using the bent screwdriver to gently pry / lever off the cast steering wheel hub 3x U shaped spring clips (they remain attached to the Airbag / Horn - when you spring the 3rd one be ready to catch the Airbag / horn and unplug it.


    Step 5
    Disconnect the white plug at TDC and remove the centre bolt that holds the steering wheel. Pull the wheel off - I didnt use a puller (some say I have expert pulling skills) just a big grunt LoL


    Step 6
    Remove the blinker stalk by removing 1x Philips head screw (on the left side) and unplug it.


    Step 7
    Remove the Headlight stalk, 1 x Philips screw (on the right side) and unplug.


    Step 8
    Remove all the plugs from the old CS.


    Step 9
    Remove the 2 silver torx behind the old CS and 1 silver torx screw near the IGnition Key Hole and gently pull off the old Clock Spring.


    Step 10
    Replace CS with new one - leave the yellow CS lock in place until you have put the steering wheel back on and tightened the centre bolt.


    I hope you guys find this useful and it saves you some cash
    cheers Hunty






    Last edited by Hunty; 08-06-13 at 09:23 PM.
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    Smile Awesome wheelin with Greg @ Forster

    Had a blast on the weekend wheelin with Greg @ Forster - plenty of awesome trails in the forests - definitely need to organise a SJC weekend camping trip to the mid north coast
    I will post up some vids soon of the awesome wheelin
    check out the pic below and wish you were there LoL

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    That is an awesome jeep Hunty, btw good to meet you at the club meeting last wednesday.

    Regards

    Kev

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