I used these 2 hoses for the bottom radiator
See attached pic for lower hose setup. Another Jeeper said it fit perfectly with a 1.5" to 1.5" adapter. Mine is setup without an adapter. One end fit into the other snugly. The upper hose is a Dayco C71659.
If interested, I have a Snap-On MT2500 (aka the "red brick") that is capable of setting fuel-sync on OBD-II Dodge JTEC computers up to 2002 and also a SCT Tuner (that you can use with any number of tuners). I was about to list them for sale on eBay but was thinking of waiting until after the holidays (I will be out of town and don't want it to sell the day I head out on vacation).
If interested, let me know and shoot me a PM. I got both on the cheap and will always pass deals along to others, especially Magnum swapped Jeepers
I bought a MT2500 at @Wildman s recommendation. I haven't messed around with fuel sync yet because engine needs to be running and this thing is too loud to keep running and try diagnostic work. Is it fairly easy to set fuel sync on this mt2500? Is there a video that walks you through it? What is the recommended sync?
So how would you go about testing the 5 volt circuit? I'm guessing testing continuity from the PDC to ECM first?
You’re leading by great xample !!!!I have had my 1997 2.5L Wrangler for about 17 years. I bought a Tacoma about a year ago and was originally going to pass the TJ along to a relative. Instead I decided that I should upgrade my engine to get more power and use it as a weekend warrior for my wife and I to cruise around and have fun in. I did a lot of research about the swap before I began. I originally considered doing an LS swap because it seemed popular but quickly realized (after seeing the estimate from Novak) that I should try a more economical route. This led me to look at the Magnum engines. I discovered that these engines had the POTENTIAL to be much easier and less costly so I dug right in. I prepped my garage and made note of my space. Don't underestimate this step. I hate tripping over stuff because I ran out of room.
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Flyin Ryan Performance. Best tuner out there. Hemifever would be my next choice.
I'm also just starting to look at seat options but I don't want to spend $800+.