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    Need 87 Bulkhead Pinout

    Replacing the 4.2 with an 89 XJ 4.0. I have found the pinout for the 89 XJ, but can't find info for my 87 YJ. Anyone willing to share?
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    whats a pinout?
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    Think connector Spune. The wiring that passes through the bulkhead has a 2-pc connector. Within the connector, each side has pins where the wires go. You can swap out/switch a pin on one side of the connector to match what it is suppose to be on the other side and keep the connector.
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    ohhh



    kayyyy :P


    I just fixed me tail/brake lights (tailights came on when brake pedal pressed and brake lights came on when headlights turned on! LOL), but instead of switching pins, I just cut the wires, twisted the correct ones back together and wrapped them up with electrical tape!


    I reacon I am connector illiterate!
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    I think CJOffroad.Com in the 4.0 swap forum is where I got a link to the one I used - I believe it was for an '88 but the '87 should be the same....
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    Quote Originally Posted by bwiencek
    I think CJOffroad.Com in the 4.0 swap forum is where I got a link to the one I used - I believe it was for an '88 but the '87 should be the same....
    Thanks for the link. I did a quick look around over there and found that the 87 is different than the 88 and 89. I'll keep digging though.
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    Here's a pinout Spune...to bad it wasn't for an 87!

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    Does anyone have a FSM covering 87's that I could look at for 5min?
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    I have a chiltons for 87-95 wranglers.

    I couldn't find a diagram of pinouts, but it does have electrical scematics.

    if that will help
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    Yeah I have several chilton's or haynes manuals and neither of thhem go into that much detail.

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