The DIYJ project
Today, I got the rest of the 2.5L Wiring harness out of DIYJ. I had a little help.
Since I removed the dash plate last time around, I figured today that I'd clean it up, and paint it, so it doesnt rust up again. I took a wire wheel to the entire surface of the plate, and then wiped it all down with paint thinner.
So I took some time to start tearing out what's left of the remnants of the 2.5L from DIYJ. This meant the computer, and the wiring harness.
On the 1990 YJ, with the 2.5L TBI, the computer is located inside the cab, behind the glove box. I had already removed the dash panels, so I could see the computer, but getting it out was a bit of a job.
So. here it is, my ongoing project. DIYJ.
A friend of mine bought this Jeep years ago, at the time it ran, had a 2.5L manual trans, soft top, 1990 YJ. He drove it for a while, then his brother did, then his dad ended up with it. Then it sat in his driveway for a while. He had another YJ, so he scavanged the hood, fenders, grill, tailgate, doors, and soft-top as spares for if he ever needed them.