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I bought the clutch industries clutch kit from ebay $595 with postage and I am happy with it.Just search xj cherokee diesel clutch kit they are still on there. Might as well do all your rear seals while you are at ,it but don't bother going to dealership for those either lol
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I was in BCF today. Noticed they have aftermarket filter elements that look like they fit the XJ VM. Under $20. If you are stuck & need one ASAP this may be a good option.
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hey LB you beat me to it i received a bcf voucher last year and while wandering around spotted the filters so i did some checking on the old google fishing and marine sites and no one complained about them so then i contacted parker hannifin (racor) as the s3227 is the same size and flow rates as the diesel filter to see if it is compatible with diesel (should be as petrol has more solvent than diesel) and after two weeks with no response other than your query will responded to within 3 days (bull) i also contacted ryco to see what the micron size their z625 which ive been using is , the response same as factory, which is? 30 micron was the reply.so i bit the bullet fitted a small inline filter between the filterhead and pump just in case. well its been 12 months and the motor still goes great no surging or spluttering its also rated for two strokes so if you use two stroke oil in your fuel it gets through,doesn't get absorbed by the paper, after 3 months with no probs i bought another one as a spare for a trip i was doing and its in the spares box, i paid 16.99 ea for them so yes they work fit exactly as the racor or ryco
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the listing for the for the bottom radiator hose is incorrect.
Part No CH3534 which is listed is for the 2.5VM Diesel is wrong I wasted time so much time in the stinking heat this morning, I should have know it was wrong looking at it

one end is 38mm the other is 39mm CH3534 it has all the right bends and same length., however one end needs to be 39mm the other 45mm and this part is now another discontinued item from Jeep.

just to save someone else the stuff around CH3534 DOES NOT FIT, I am going to contact Mackay about this issue and see if they can make one to suit, HAHAHA ill see how I go
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the listing for the for the bottom radiator hose is incorrect.
Part No CH3534 which is listed is for the 2.5VM Diesel is wrong I wasted time so much time in the stinking heat this morning, I should have know it was wrong looking at it

one end is 38mm the other is 39mm CH3534 it has all the right bends and same length., however one end needs to be 39mm the other 45mm and this part is now another discontinued item from Jeep.

just to save someone else the stuff around CH3534 DOES NOT FIT, I am going to contact Mackay about this issue and see if they can make one to suit, HAHAHA ill see how I go
Hey Nathan, I had this problem too. The part# is correct! Mackay that make this hose have got it wrong with the end. I had one with the original sticker & put it on my XJ a few years ago. I tried to get a spare & they just kept coming with the wrong size end. If anyone finds the correct hose I WANT ONE TOO!!!!!!
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the botom hose they show in the book is for a 2.5 litre petrol motor
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So in the pic the end I'm holding seems to go to an old alternator no longer needed does anyone know where the other end attaches as far as I can make out it ( without pulling half the motor apart) goes into oil cooler on drivers side would anyone have pics of this









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Thats the vac pump, one pipe goes to the brake booster, the other probably goes to the crank case dome how. I will look at my older one some time on the weekend & let you know.
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O'ring on the back of flywheel is 64mm internal diameter and 2mm cross section .
Cam shaft O'ring is 65 internal diameter and 3mm cross section .

5010817AA

4720240

4863833

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15041700
AJUSA 15041700 Array
CORTECO
20029786B
CORTECO 20029786B Array

Compatible part numbers
FORD 1054053
JEEP 5010817AA
RENAULT 5000684700
AJUSA 15041700
FAI AutoParts OS515
PAYEN NF837
ELRING 225.666
CORTECO 20029786B



https://eshop.rbs-handel.de/en/catal...related/10533/

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O-Ring (4720277AA)
Information about product:
O-Ring Diameter - 0.103"
Diameter Inner: 6.25"
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Silicon rear camshaft o'rings 65mm x 3mm are available at :
Applied Industrial Technologies
755 Geelong Rd.
Brooklyn , VIC. 3025
ph: (03)9318-0699
Contact name : Darron
Price $6.00
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