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Unread 03-21-2014, 12:07 AM   #1
Howells23
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EVIC stays on even when key is in off

is the EVIC in the center dash programed to stay on when the Power swich is in the off. I just recently bought a 94 grand cherkee laredo and its my first jeep so some dumm questions my follow

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Unread 03-23-2014, 12:21 AM   #2
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no its not supposed to stay on .. it comes on with the ignition

and please read the FAQ's prior to posting dumb stuff ... especially if it has to do with what size lift you can put on or what size tire you can do if you leave it stock height or if you lift it x amount of inches and is it dumb to lift it first then buy the tires to fit or should you get the tires and put them on even if they rub then lift it when you can or ....

yea there are a lot of dumb lift questions ... try the search bar or the stickies that cover that in FULL detail ....

the guys that put them together and the charts spent time doing them so we try to use them ..... also remember just be cause the chart says that "" will fit with "" lift .. if you think you want a bigger tire than the chart says then get it ... but don't ***** here later if yo take it off road and stuff it up and crunch something ....


O and welcome to the forum .... great info and lots of help here .... really ...
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Unread 03-23-2014, 12:35 AM   #3
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no its not supposed to stay on .. it comes on with the ignition

and please read the FAQ's prior to posting dumb stuff ... especially if it has to do with what size lift you can put on or what size tire you can do if you leave it stock height or if you lift it x amount of inches and is it dumb to lift it first then buy the tires to fit or should you get the tires and put them on even if they rub then lift it when you can or ....

yea there are a lot of dumb lift questions ... try the search bar or the stickies that cover that in FULL detail ....

the guys that put them together and the charts spent time doing them so we try to use them ..... also remember just be cause the chart says that "" will fit with "" lift .. if you think you want a bigger tire than the chart says then get it ... but don't ***** here later if yo take it off road and stuff it up and crunch something ....


O and welcome to the forum .... great info and lots of help here .... really ...
there's no stopping dumb questions, I was always told the dumb question is the one not asked.
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Unread 03-23-2014, 12:51 PM   #4
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there's no stopping dumb questions, I was always told the dumb question is the one not asked.
exactly the point .... I was making .... "can I fit 35 inch tires on my ZJ with a BB" has been asked .. the answer is yes you CAN ... and NO you cant ... you can with a lot of trimming ...

that is the kind of question I was trying to not get him/her to ask .... as it has been asked before ...
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