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by ysrjunkie
Tue 26 Oct , 2010 7:56 pm
Forum: Pictures of Your Rig
Topic: H1sp's Truck
Replies: 79
Views: 41962

Re: H1sp's Truck

Thumbs up. Looks great, now with that shine, I bet you have to keep your sunglasses on at night.
by ysrjunkie
Sun 08 Aug , 2010 8:05 pm
Forum: H1 and HMMWV Tech Forum
Topic: armrest
Replies: 6
Views: 1821

Re: armrest

This may sound like a silly question to some but, have you tried twisting the knob on the armrest? That knob is for adjustment.
by ysrjunkie
Fri 30 Jul , 2010 10:51 pm
Forum: H1 and HMMWV Tech Forum
Topic: Changing spark plugs in 1995 H1 with gas engine
Replies: 4
Views: 1372

Re: Changing spark plugs in 1995 H1 with gas engine

Man, I just did some plugs on one recently for the first time and it is a bear. The driver's side is not too bad, but the passenger side almost drove me to drinking. The heat shield unbolts fairly easy, but moving it to where you can get to the plugsis another thing. I found later that it would have...
by ysrjunkie
Sat 01 Aug , 2009 8:40 pm
Forum: H1 and HMMWV Tech Forum
Topic: abs and tt4 lights are on
Replies: 19
Views: 15820

Re: abs and tt4 lights are on

Nice work Drew! I've been wondering about an alternative to the astronomical A.M. General module complete repair.
by ysrjunkie
Fri 31 Jul , 2009 9:05 pm
Forum: Other-Topics
Topic: Lego Torsen
Replies: 2
Views: 1753

Re: Lego Torsen

Looks like fun!
by ysrjunkie
Fri 24 Jul , 2009 2:38 pm
Forum: H1 and HMMWV Tech Forum
Topic: Signal cams & cruise Control
Replies: 14
Views: 4152

Re: Signal cams & cruise Control

I believe it is the same column that was used in all years of the Ford EXP. You should be able to get those parts at a local parts place. Keep us updated. I've wanted to look into it more but have not had the time.
by ysrjunkie
Mon 20 Jul , 2009 8:44 pm
Forum: H1 and HMMWV Tech Forum
Topic: Bead Breaker tool for 17" two piece
Replies: 21
Views: 6619

Re: Bead Breaker tool for 17" two piece

I found a good pic. Image
by ysrjunkie
Mon 20 Jul , 2009 8:17 pm
Forum: H1 and HMMWV Tech Forum
Topic: Bead Breaker tool for 17" two piece
Replies: 21
Views: 6619

Re: Bead Breaker tool for 17" two piece

I definitely see the possibility of building one that could work good with a good fabricator. If your machinist can set up a 1/4" cross with a hole in the middle for a long piece of 1/2" or 3/4" all thread to go through, a 1/4" round plate that covers the inside circumference to pull through and suc...
by ysrjunkie
Sun 19 Jul , 2009 5:45 pm
Forum: H1 and HMMWV Tech Forum
Topic: Bead Breaker tool for 17" two piece
Replies: 21
Views: 6619

Re: Bead Breaker tool for 17" two piece

14. Assemble the inner bead seperator tool (J–45770) by placing the half with the welded center shaft against the o-ring surface of the inner wheel half and secure with the two bolts and washers provided (Figure 6-7). Place the other half of the tool on the inner tire bead surface and install the la...
by ysrjunkie
Sun 19 Jul , 2009 12:03 pm
Forum: H1 and HMMWV Tech Forum
Topic: Bead Breaker tool for 17" two piece
Replies: 21
Views: 6619

Re: Bead Breaker tool for 17" two piece

You will also need this: Install the four wheel seperation bolts (J–45760) through the threaded holes in the inner wheel half (Figure 6-6). Using an air ratchet (NOT AN IMPACT WRENCH), turn each bolt in approximately a half inch at a time until the outer wheel half is released from the tire bead. 12...
by ysrjunkie
Sat 18 Jul , 2009 6:09 pm
Forum: H1 and HMMWV Tech Forum
Topic: Bead Breaker tool for 17" two piece
Replies: 21
Views: 6619

Re: Bead Breaker tool for 17" two piece

It is more difficult than imagined. The runflat/beadlocker rubber donut inside the tire is a pain to deal with. To break the bead is not to bad. You use bolts that fit in the backside of the rim that push the cover off. Then you use a funky contraption that pulls the inner rim out of the tire/runfla...
by ysrjunkie
Sun 12 Jul , 2009 9:21 pm
Forum: H1 and HMMWV Tech Forum
Topic: Code 1216-1217
Replies: 8
Views: 2978

Re: Code 1216-1217

If I remember correctly, it is the pump mounted driver. An easy fix is to get a remote PMD and hope it comes with the same chip that is in your original. I believe #5 is the most common. All you have to do is unplug it and plug into the new PMD. Most failing injector pumps won't leave a code. Good L...