Antifreeze leak from under the thermostat housing. Putting the alternator bracket back on, the fasteners were not lining up. Dremeled the bracket openings and fasteners now fit without binding ps pump leaks after the antifreeze leak was fixed. I think I did a bonehead way to tighten the ps V-belt. Had a lifetime warranty so got a replacement. After install there was a leak but could not tell from where. Removed, tightened both hoses, installed but still leaks. Left-front ZJ7 rally rim needs to be replaced. BillyDean7173 has a rim he will give to me Stereo component changes Gave up trying to use the old 1986 Kenwood eq and two amps with the rest of the system so I now have all modern components. Bought a second Infiniti Primus amp and a Clarion passive eq which has a volume and fade control. Both door 6 1/2" speakers and one 4" dash speaker were damaged. Replaced both pairs. The basic setup with 6 speakers is still the same but there are some changes. The dash 4" being powered by the receiver amp. The two amps (one for the door 6" and the other for the rear 6x9) will connect to the eq. The eq and both amps need remote turn on and will be connected to a relay supplied by the receiver antenna remote turn on lead. The door amp is located on the floor behind the driver seat. My seat is pushed all the way back which pretty much hides the amp. With the setup, I can adjust the volume of the 6 speakers using the eq volume and fade plus the receiver volume fade and balance. The eq will be mounted in the front area of the center console. I wanted controls that were within reach from the drivers seat. I found no other way to do this So far each pair separately has been tested and the sound is good. The door speakers sound darn good. Front speakers w 800hz inline blockers don't sound very loud with the receiver amp. What I want to hear from the rear 6x9 is full range with a strong bass. 6" door, low midrange and up 4" dash upper frequency. When the full system is tested, will add bass to the rear 6x9 with the amp bass eq. Door speakers will be adjusted with the amp high pass filter (up to 320 hz). Dash will experiment with different blockers.