Checked the oil, topped off the coolant, cleaned my k&n filter and drove her 30 miles to watch today's game with family. Nice drive, she doesn't get out much but I'm driving her to Santa cruz tomorrow for a few day get a way with the lady. Wanted to make sure all is well. Just need to add tranny fluid and all is well. Err also noticed my upper radiator hose is starting to bubble, need to fix that before tomorrow.
Received some Morpar parts the other day but my jeep was in the shop haveing rock sliders made.
Today I'm installing these turn signal lights, also went down to the auto glass shop to see if my Morpar windshield glass had arrived yet so I can get rid of my cheap Chinese one.
On the left is a cheap Chinese turn signal light from eBay, the bulb socket is wrong for a Niner. Morpar one on right.
Close-up, not hard to tell which one is Morpar.
The one from eBay still has the plastic over it.
I really like those turn signals. Where did you get them from?
[b]1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo[/b]
2" BB Pucks | SkyJacker Hydro Shocks | Rubicon Wheels | Cooper 245/75/16 Tires
[b][color=red]2002 Trans Am[/b][/color]
Cam, Full Exhaust, Stock Heads, Stock LS6 Intake and Stock 10 bolt with 3.42s
[b]420 RWHP and 382 RWHTQ[/b]
Pulled the battery out of the ZJ and tossed it into the XJ. XJ won't start (no power to the fuel pump)so battery is in the ZJ again. Went for a wet ride in the ZJ and found out my sun roof is leaking again... awesome.
That thing is awesome! Whats a pricetag on one of those
They sell for around $90.
It's a small Bluetooth device that plugs into the OBDII and gives your Garmin GPS a few more screens. When I shut off the engine a screen pops up on the Garmin before shutting down showing my MPG, Fuel used, How many miles I traveled and How much it cost me in gas.
When your check engine light comes on a screen on the Garmin will pop up showing what the problem is, and you can also reset your OBDII with this unit.
Only those who will risk going too far
can possibly find out how far one can go.