So after the trip to Hot Springs, the GMRS units were far better than CB. I was using a handheld and I had better range and clearer transmissions than I ever did with the cobra cb. I will be using gmrs going forward. CB is too unreliable
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It appears to come out of 91 or later vehicle. The previous owner replaced the original 22re with a used one (not rebuilt). He did not specify mileage as he used it for a farm truck initially. When the timing chain was replaced, the plastic guides were worn. Hope this helps answer your question
Not trying to thread hijack, but we recently purchased a 2000 trooper 4x4 "ToD" with an auto and 3.5. From quickly reading on here, sounds like this is not the best combo. Like the OP, I know nothing about them, as I come from the toyota world. We have enjoyed it, especially the cargo space...
The air injector comes from the exhaust manifold, around the back side of the block and around to the AFM. I believe started with trucks in 1988 and later. Looking at FSMs for 87 and earlier mention nothing of the air injector and the difference in exhaust manifolds. The 87 and earlier seem to...