What Is the Shift Pattern for a CJ 7 Jeep?

Answer The Jeep was originally made as an all-purpose vehicle for the U.S. Army during World War II. The Jeep was transformed for civilian use after the war, given new styling and labeled in a variety of ... Read More »

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My Jeep Won't Shift Into 4H?

Using your Jeep's four-wheel drive is the safest way to travel in dangerous weather conditions, especially snow. Unfortunately, four-wheel drive may not always work. Shifting into 4H will not engag... Read More »

What is the wheel pattern for a Jeep Cherokee?

The wheel pattern, or "wheel bolt pattern," for a Jeep Cherokee is 6x139.7. This means that each wheel must be fastened using six lug nuts that are 139.7mm in diameter each.Source:discountedwheelwa... Read More »

How Do I Shift a 1990 Jeep From 4WD to 2WD?

Shifting your Jeep from 4WD to 2WD is a simple process; but if you are traveling too fast or do not use the correct procedure, you will damage the gear sets and other internal parts inside the tran... Read More »

How to Remove the Vacuum Shift From a Jeep?

Removing the vacuum shifter from your Jeep requires access to the front axle housing from under the Jeep. The vacuum shifter, used in the early Cherokee and Wrangler models with a Dana 30 axle asse... Read More »