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New parts hauler but not car hauler 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7L H.O. V-8

Needing TLC non-blackbeast the 93 164L

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New parts hauler but not car hauler 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7L H.O. V-8

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Changing 164 brake master cylinder

Changing brake master cylinder Changing Brake Master Cylinder 91 164

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Daughter's current ride: BB1 my 164L and Her Granddads 2002 Ford Taurus is back up.

New parts hauler but not car hauler 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7L H.O. V-8

Needing TLC non-blackbeast the 93 164L

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Parts list for doing 164 12v V6 timing belt, water pump and hose change

I updated some part numbers today on this list so thought I would repost

Parts list for doing 12v timing belt , water pump and hose change.
AR p/n Nomenclature IAP#
60562106 timing belt 11005
alt Dayco 95120 or 94423 size 134SX254
60588421 Tensioner , mechanical 41267
60555347 water pump* alt 71713045 38765 NOW 71737989
60777086 gasket w/p 20251 alt 60507414
60808356 hose sleeve to rear head 28536 NOW 60573501
60808355 hose sleeve to front head 28517 ALT 10129086 NOW 60604023
60615713 gasket, metal lower to pump 20004 (paper) Alfa paper gasket p/n 60552316
15248711 bolts, thermostat M7x55mm long
60507415 gasket, thermostat upper 20001
60507416 gasket, thermostat mid housing 20002
60559862 thermostat neoprene 35007
60512902/60574777 belt, PS Dayco 15310 15529
60513889 belt, alt 5050273 Dayco 15527
60571636 belt, w/p 5070425 Dayco 15525
60507327 o-ring cam pulley hub (2) if needed 25254
60610985 seal, cam pulley and aux shaft (3) 8164
60510276 hose, long 28529 Top Radiator
60560822/60510278 hose, short lower/mid thermostat to steel pipe 28533
60560859/60510275 hose, lower to radiator 28512
60510277 hose, lower steel pipe to steel pipe 28532

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Daily drivers: USA models - 1991 164S Black Beauty II ALFISTO;

Daughter's current ride: BB1 my 164L and Her Granddads 2002 Ford Taurus is back up.

New parts hauler but not car hauler 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7L H.O. V-8

Needing TLC non-blackbeast the 93 164L

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Info on 164 front and rear windshields and trim pieces, etc:

Info on 164 front and rear windshields and trim pieces, etc:
Alfa 164 Windshield Glass and Trim info

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Couple things to understand first off:

Original front windshield AR 60544795 before VIN 6269442 were thinner 3/16" (0.1875") and trim channels narrower to fit that glass thickness.

Newer windshields closer to 7/32" (0.218") really about 540mm (0.213") and new trim has wider channels to fit thicker glass.

So if thin windshield being replaced by new thicker ones older thin trim will not slip onto thicker glass.

My spare FW0666GGN (AR 6056681) OEM heated Sekurit brand windshield from Prosource Glass Internatiional is the thicker version.

They now carry the thinner aftermarket versions. Their web site: Prosource Glass International Contact Us

I think that the approximate thickness of current replacement after market front windshields is also 7/32" (540mm).

Thick windshields take 60561711 top, 60561712 R/H and 60561715 (L/H and NLA) trim channels.

I just made a new 60561715 L/H trim piece from a damaged in shipment new top 60561711 trim channel using metal shears and a dremel tool. Not perfect but I believe it will work in a pinch. I had to use rubber side seal piece from a damaged thin R/H trim piece to finish off this homemade L/H trim piece as top trim piece rubber seal is different.

These eper pdf files show windshield parts, riveted on angle pieces 60508423/24 and black rubber seal side molding channels 60509713 info and rear window info, too
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Daily drivers: USA models - 1991 164S Black Beauty II ALFISTO;

Daughter's current ride: BB1 my 164L and Her Granddads 2002 Ford Taurus is back up.

New parts hauler but not car hauler 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7L H.O. V-8

Needing TLC non-blackbeast the 93 164L

"A day without an Alfa whine is like a day without sunshine"

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Parts list for 164 fuel pump hose replacment, etc...

Parts list for 164 fuel pump hose replacment, etc...

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Some more info on Jason's list of those items you may or may not need:

60572049 SEAL GASKET (rubber bushing around fuel pump) PLAN ON THIS BEING GOOEY AND NEEDING REPLACEMENT.

82404491 PAD (anti slip pad) goes under bottom of outer basket USUALLY MISSING OR PETRIFIED REMAINS IN BOTTOM OF TANK

82393601 inner FUEL FILTER (basket) old number 60801760 USUALLY CLEANABLE/REUSEABLE

82435326 PAN (bottom outer pan) old number 60801388 USUALLY CLEANABLE/REUSEABLE BUT MAYBE HAVE BROKEN CLIPS ON OUTSIDE TO LOCK IT TO STAINLESS STEEL SUPPORT STRAPS can be repaired using small bolts/nuts to attach straps.

60777347 HOSE "infamous" 2" of 5/16" 7.9mm submersible fuel injection hose SAE30R10
You can live with non-submersible SAE30R9 hose if you can't get submersible and you don't keep tank full.

60807693 also infamous submersible second hose VIN 6250454 and up Probably about 4"
19036387 also second infamous second hose 94-95 164 models about 2-4" long.
These bottom hoses IF YOUR LATER VIN 164 HAS THEM should be submersible spec hose as they are under fuel even if tank isn't full.

60801761 COVER top over rubber pump bushing USUALLY CLEANABLE/REUSEABLE

82419135 SEAL GASKET o-ring for return/feed lines USUALLY REUSABLE.

8 SEALING WASHERS BONDED (statoseals) for tank cover bolts (USA models) #12 size but #10 size will work. Home Depot carries these in hardware section.
Use #8 size on fuel gauge sender cover if you ever remove it for any reason

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Daily drivers: USA models - 1991 164S Black Beauty II ALFISTO;

Daughter's current ride: BB1 my 164L and Her Granddads 2002 Ford Taurus is back up.

New parts hauler but not car hauler 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7L H.O. V-8

Needing TLC non-blackbeast the 93 164L

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Changing Clutch on a 164

Changing Clutch on a 12v 91-93 164

The 164S and 164LS/Q very similiar but they have pull clutches not push type and 24v models have a reverse gear lock out cable

Project: Replacing bad clutch on a 1992 164L

Disconnect battery ground cable from battery in trunk before starting project.

1. Remove protection cover next to left headlight, lossen/remove thermal switch from radiator just long enough to drain down coolant tank in a catch pan. Reinstall thermal switch and protection cover.
2. Remove air clearner top and bottom.
3. Remove coolant tank.
4. Remove inlet hose after popping out idle actuator and oil separator hose.
5. Disconnect back up light switch wiring and if S suspension switch wiring connector(s).
6. If still installed remove black plastic rectangle cover over shift linkage on top of tranny.
7. Loosen wheel lug bolts slightly if you don't have air impact gun.
8. Now jack up front of car with two floor jacks if later model with jack points on outer front corners of sub frame. One jack in center point if earlier model.
9. Place two jack stands under two front body jacking points under front door areas.
10. Remove front wheels and left inner front fender liner.
11. Loosen 6 bolts until nuts come off that are holding inner CV joint of axle to tranny with 8mm allen head socket and 1/2" drive adapter and cheater bar set up if air impact gun won't break them loose. Working solo I used a 2x4 against brake pedal and one in seat and then ran seat forward to hold brake pedal on so I could break bolts loose.
12. Remove 6mm allen head bolt holding ABS sensor to steering/wheel hub carriage and hoping if not rusted in place remove sensor.
13. Remove two 13mm bolts while holding sliding pins with 15mm wrench from brake caliper.
14. Loosen/remove 17mm from outer tie rod end and using a tie rod end seperator pop it loose from from steering arm.
15. Remove three 13mm nuts from lower ball joint.
16. Loosen four 17mm bolts holding lower end of stut to wheel hub/steering carriage.
17. Remove three 13mm nuts from top of strut and remove strut.
18. Now lift brake caliper off rotor and support inner pad if it has sensor wires and tie securely the inner pad and caliper as an assembly up into hole where you took strut out of.
19. Remove three bolts holding lower ball joint to lower suspension arm and now remove axle, brake rotor and steering carriage as an assembly.
20. Drain fluid out of tranny by removing plug in bottom of differential case (lowest point). You can remove drain plug in front of tranny case to check magnetic plug but differential drain will get all the fluid out.

END OF DAY 1 STAYED TUNED.

21. Remove 17mm hex head bolt from large end of upper motor mount (dog bone).
22. Place jack under tranny.
23. Working through left wheel well, remove tranny mount from tranny and subframe and remove bolt and disconnect ground strap from end of tranny 5th gear case.
24. Lower tranny onto subframe to get more room to work on shfit linkage. etc.
25. Disconnect wiring connector to speedometer sender.
26. Remove starter cable holding bracket by removing 13mm bolt from back of differential case.
27. Remove long 13mm hex head bolt holding shifter Y-yoke fitting to tranny shift rod (13mm nut on back).
28. Remove long 17mm hex head bolt from reaction rod (nut on back of bolt is only 10mm).
29. Now remove two 13mm hex head bolts holding reaction rod bracket to tranny.
30. Slide shifter rod rearward out of case enough to remove hidden 17mm hex head bolt (T-bone has to slip off rod pay attention to which way it goes for reassemly later).
31. Loosen slightly remaining four 17mm hex head and one allen head bolts in bell housing and remove three 13mm hex head bolts holding clutch slave cylinder to tranny (if rubber boot bad retain piston with C-clamp).

If car still has hockey puck in line damper bolted to air cleaner bracket plane on removing and installing new hose from slave to rigind line at fire wall while tranny out

32. Now go under car, remove three 10mm hex head bolts holding steel cover over flywheel.
33. Moment of truth has arrived as you hunt for and remove hidden top 13mm hex head bolt holding starter. Use socket and extensions long enough to stick out past front of starter.
34. Remove remaining two starter bolts.
35. Remove 8mm allen head bell housing bolt located under starter.
36. Place piece of wood under oil pan and jack up engine and tranny as high as possible without starting to lift car.
37. Remove remaining bell housing bolts you already lossened.
38. Pry and pull tranny off engine and intermediate axle.
39. Lift/jack tranny up onto subframe.
40. Slide shifting rod all the way out of tranny and remove speedometer sender with 7/8" (22mm) crowsfoot to get more clearance when sliding tranny out of wheel well.
41. Remove tranny through opening in wheel well over top of sub frame. Tight fit but it will go.


I managed to get easy stuff done this afternoon, Jack standed car, removed stuff out of left wheel well such as axle and carriage assembly, strut, fender liners and tied up brake caliper. Drained fluid out of tranny, drained/removed coolant tank, removed air cleaner and inlet hose.
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Daily drivers: USA models - 1991 164S Black Beauty II ALFISTO;

Daughter's current ride: BB1 my 164L and Her Granddads 2002 Ford Taurus is back up.

New parts hauler but not car hauler 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7L H.O. V-8

Needing TLC non-blackbeast the 93 164L

"A day without an Alfa whine is like a day without sunshine"

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Helpful tip from Tom's father:

Disassembling 5th gear

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Finally pulled the good gears out my parts tranny to replace my 5th gear that had a bolt head run through it, breaking several teeth. My ancient mechanic father showed my a good trick for locking the gears to take the big nuts off, jam the gears with a penny. Never thought of that before, and it worked perfectly leaving no damage to anything but the penny.

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New parts hauler but not car hauler 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7L H.O. V-8

Needing TLC non-blackbeast the 93 164L

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Removing 164 gas tank procedure

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Subj: Removing fuel tank

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Access tank top in trunk by removing front carpet wall after removing 4 plastic push button retainers inside ski boot box.

Remove black plastic covers (two phillips screws and two 8mm nuts) over tank cover.

Disconnect wiring to pump cover and gauge sender (two connectors).

Remove nut and retainer bar holding fuel pressure and return tube elbows to tank cover (spray elbows with WD-40 and rotate to lub orings) use a forked tool to carefully pop elbows out of tank cover.

Disconnect two vent tube rubber elbows by unlocking clamps carefully with end cutter pliers (clamps are relockable if you unlock them carefully.

Again spray rubber vent elbows with WD-40 and carefully remove larger one from tank cover and smaller one from flexible black tubing inside on top of tank access opening.

If you are going to now pull fuel pump or gauge sender remove the 7 allen head bolts in tank cover or 8 smaller allen head bolts in gauge sender.

If you are going to drop tank out wait the remove pump until tank out of car.
Now loosen rear wheel lugs, jack up rear of car under trunk area with wide wood block such as 4x4 high enough to get wheels off ground. Install two jack stands under rear body jacking points under rear doors.

Remove wheels, disconnect fuel pipe in right rear wheel well from filler hose.

Remove four 17mm hex headed bolts holding swaybar to rear trailing arms.

Howver, if it seems the four bolts are frozen in trailing arms you can just remove the two bolts in trailing arms attaching point to body bracket and lower arms and sway bar enough to get tank out.

Remove 10mm bolt from brake cable clamp from right side of tank, cut spot tie holding brake cable together in front tank.

Remove four 13mm hex head bolts holding rear cross member to body, pop two brake line loose from body clamp above cross member as cross member now hangs on suspension arms.

Place floor jack under gas tank and remove three 13mm hex head bolts holding tank to car. Separate brake cables at front of tank.

Now lower tank out of car.

Remove fuel pump cover and pump assembly if not already removed.

If you have to remove old fuel from tank I suggest you hang it up from ceiling support or tree limb on a ratchet strap hooked into tank cover opening and tilting tank to pour fuel out filler pipe into catch can(s).

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Daughter's current ride: BB1 my 164L and Her Granddads 2002 Ford Taurus is back up.

New parts hauler but not car hauler 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7L H.O. V-8

Needing TLC non-blackbeast the 93 164L

"A day without an Alfa whine is like a day without sunshine"

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A/C for 164L

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Wow! Awesome work on 164L.

What about a/c system, looking at a car that a/c is not working and need recharge.

I'm in California.

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Steve-

Wow! Awesome work on 164L.

What about a/c system, looking at a car that a/c is not working and need recharge.

I'm in California.

Thanks,

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What kind/year of car? R12 or has it been converted to 134a already?

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New parts hauler but not car hauler 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7L H.O. V-8

Needing TLC non-blackbeast the 93 164L

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Inner Tie rod End removal wrenches

Inner Tie rod End removal wrenches

Jon see this Cal-Van Inner Tie Rod end Wrench

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New parts hauler but not car hauler 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7L H.O. V-8

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Removing 164 wiper motor before changing blower motor

W/S wiper assembly removal

With wiper motor out much more room to get blower motor and heater core out.

Not sure if we spelled out removal procedure before or not but not to hard to do. Remove black caps on wiper arm nuts, remove nuts, washers and arms. remove black caps on bolts near arm pivots, remove bolts/washers, remove metal bracket over right side pivot point, then remove hidden bolt above motor holding motor frame to cockpit wall.

You have to loosen round connector, remove connector round nut, slip out of metal bracket. Remove two nuts holding bracket to floor behind false firewall. remove black cover over blower motor relay.

Move wiper motor some and disconnect wiring connector to it and manipulate assembly until you work it out of car.
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Daughter's current ride: BB1 my 164L and Her Granddads 2002 Ford Taurus is back up.

New parts hauler but not car hauler 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7L H.O. V-8

Needing TLC non-blackbeast the 93 164L

"A day without an Alfa whine is like a day without sunshine"

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Alfa 164 Front Axles CV Boots Info

Alfa 164 Axle Boots Cross-Reference

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Alfa 164 Outer Axle CV Boot 60556609

Raybestos 5451337 and Beck Arnley 1032146

The following use same outer Boot:
ALFA ROMEO 164 1991
ALFA ROMEO 164 L (1991 - 1993)
ALFA ROMEO 164 LS (1994 - 1995)
ALFA ROMEO 164 QUADRIFOGLIO (1994 - 1995)
ALFA ROMEO 164 SPORT (1991 - 1993)
AUDI 200 (1989 - 1991)
AUDI 200 QUATTRO (1989 - 1990)
AUDI 200 QUATTRO 20V 1991
AUDI 4000 QUATTRO S (1984 - 1985)
AUDI 4000 S 1985
AUDI 5000 (1982 - 1985)
AUDI 5000 CS (1986 - 1988)
AUDI 5000 QUATTRO CS (1986 - 1988)
AUDI 5000 S 1980
AUDI 5000 S TURBO (1984 - 1985)
AUDI 5000 TURBO (1981 - 1983)
AUDI QUATTRO 1985
SAAB 9000 AERO (1994 - 1997)
SAAB 9000 CD 1994
SAAB 9000 CDE 1994
SAAB 9000 CS (1994 - 1997)
SAAB 9000 CSE 1994
SAAB 9000 CSE TURBO (1995 - 1998)
VOLVO 850 (1994 - 1996)
VOLVO 850 R 1997
VOLVO 850 T5 1997
VOLVO 850 T5 R 1995
VOLVO 850 TURBO (1995 - 1996)
VOLVO C70 1998
VOLVO S70 1998
VOLVO S70 GLT 1998
VOLVO V70 T5 1998

Inner CV Axle Boot 60510352

Beck/Arnley 1032147

ALFA ROMEO 164 1991
ALFA ROMEO 164 L (1991 - 1993)
ALFA ROMEO 164 LS (1994 - 1995)
ALFA ROMEO 164 QUADRIFOGLIO (1994 - 1995)
ALFA ROMEO 164 SPORT (1991 - 1993)
AUDI 100 (1989 - 1991)
AUDI 100 E 1989
AUDI 100 QUATTRO (1989 - 1991)
AUDI 100 QUATTRO CS (1992 - 1994)
AUDI 200 (1989 - 1991)
AUDI 200 QUATTRO (1989 - 1990)
AUDI 200 QUATTRO 10V 1991
AUDI 200 QUATTRO 20V 1991
AUDI 4000 QUATTRO CS (1986 - 1987)
AUDI 4000 QUATTRO S (1984 - 1985)
AUDI 5000 (1980 - 1985)
AUDI 5000 CS (1986 - 1988)
AUDI 5000 QUATTRO CS (1986 - 1988)
AUDI 5000 QUATTRO S (1987 - 1988)
AUDI 5000 S (1980 - 1988)
AUDI 5000 S TURBO (1984 - 1985)
AUDI 5000 TURBO (1981 - 1983)
AUDI 80 1991
AUDI 90 (1988 - 1991)
AUDI A4 (1997 - 2001)
AUDI A4 QUATTRO (1997 - 2005)
AUDI A4 QUATTRO AVANT (1998 - 2005)
AUDI A4 QUATTRO CABRIOLET (2004 - 2005)
AUDI A6 QUATTRO (1995 - 2004)
AUDI A6 QUATTRO AVANT (1999 - 2004)
AUDI A8 QUATTRO (1997 - 2003)
AUDI A8 QUATTRO L (2001 - 2003)
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New parts hauler but not car hauler 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7L H.O. V-8

Needing TLC non-blackbeast the 93 164L

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