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Air conditioner parts (non genuine but good) and repairs can be found at J.M Auto Air Campsie (NSW) (02) 9718 2209. (they also have the exact same unit as the diesel cost me $250.00)
"The 2.5L diesel engine uses a Denso 10PA17 seven cylinder, recipricating wobble plate-type compressor
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VRS Gasket Kit: VM Part #12032193F (this contains pretty much everything *except* the head gasket)
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Injector removal uses specialist VM tool (part # VM1012A), this has a notch on it for the wiring on injector 1. If you can't obtain this tool (that's everyone!), a 28mm deep shafted socket in the impact range (chrome moly)(black socket) does the trick, you may have to cut the wiring in the middle and rejoin/solder afterwards though.
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Hey guys, just a quick question. On the first post here it says that a Ryco A1332 air filter will fit a 2.5 diesel cherokee.
I had a look on the Ryco site and there is says that the filter is for a petrol cherokee and not the diesel. The dimension of the air filter on the Ryco website is 170 x 343 mm where the dimensions of the diesel airbox are roughly 140 x 220 mm.
Any thoughts?
Will the valvoline and purolator fit or should i just go to Jeep and buy an original one? What do you guys buy?

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Dump pipe is attached to the back of the turbo using Torx head bolts. Tha C*********nts!!
Recommended way to remove is detach at tail end, then remove all bits above the turbo. Unbolt the oil feed line, take care not to lose the copper washers. Drop the turbo off the headers by the three bolts to the headers.

You will need to cut/grind a ring spanner to 3.5/4mm thick to fit it over the rear stud and onto the nut.
These nuts do not appear to be hardened at all so BE CAREFUL not to burr them.
Then the turbo should drop and be able to shift it so you can get the Torx bolts out.

I would recommend if you have the $$$ to do it, custom headers and intake elbow, to allow turbo to be shifted forwards/higher, allowing a better flow dump pipe, with much easier access.

Or in the first place, dont go bouncing your dump pipe off rocks and truck tyres!!
Before you place a spanner on these bolts/studs, spray with Bolt Off (in a blue labeled aerosol. We also use it to remove felt pen marks on goods/shelves )and leave for half an hour. We sell it out here in Emerald so should be available most places. Save drilling out a broken stud. G-r-r-r-r-r #@*!
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Dave0085 : try Hammond 4x4 centre, they also sell lots of hard to find jeep parts!

, I will find my receipt for mine and give you a contact! Was $185 though!
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I am looking to replace my water pump. Wooders don't stock this for the TD. Any ohter ideas where I can look, for a good pupm from a reliable supplier.

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he is a small jeep and jag wreckers,
and gets parts cheeper then hammonds, infact nearly everyone is cheeper then hammonds, but they can get fiddly stuff.
Check elswhere first and compare prices
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Hi Everyone,

Chasing a Clutch Kit for 99 XJ Diesel. we have a number off Jeep : 04864835AB - can anyone confirm?

Whats a Spigot, pilot or Release Bearing? We are being told its seperate to the actual Clutch Kit...

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