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Discussion in 'TJ Frequently Asked Questions' started by JeepNWilly, Apr 9, 2017.
Awesome! Got the ones for my 2001 TJ and AX15 transmission.
Greatly appreciated. Especially when you're trying to chase down a problem without this.
Thank you!! Well deserved applause!!
hey i was wondering do u have a owners manual for a2002 jeep tj pdf u could possibly send me please and thank u my email is email@example.com
Look in the original post, the 2002 service manual is right there.
I am not sure if Jeep ever produced PDF versions of Owners Manuals for Wranglers 2003 and older. Per this link it starts at 2004
This is awesome! Thanks so much!
Ive searched for my owners manual since the day I bought my 03 TJ with 0 success. Unless I wanted to pay $50 that is. Thank you for sharing this. I know next to nothing about the makeup of my new vehicle to begin with. Adding to my sense of confusion is the fact that there seems to be more aftermarket parts than original. Without the ability to determine how she started out her life makes it damn hard to figure out why she is where she is now. I have some scary repairs coming up and this will ease some of my concerns. Dont suppose you have any diagrams for a dana 44 rear axel laying around?
I haven't looked in a while, but there may be some diagrams of the Dana 44 in the FSM. The Dana 44 axle (along with most any solid axle) is about the simplest thing you can have underneath a vehicle (as far as axles are concerned). There really isn't anything to it other than an axle tube, axle shafts, carriers, ring and pinions, and some other parts. But it's really, really basic. One of the things I love so much about TJs!
Thank you very much!
Usefull for the next work.
Here is one I found. As Chris stated the FSM should contain a diagram also.
@PjWulfman if you look at the 2003 TJ Service Manual on page 3-110 (PDF Page 171) it starts "REAR AXLE - 216RBI" section that is the rear D44. It goes up to page 3-150 (PDF Page 211)