AIRCRUISER i would run the wires down the back through the defrrost vent on the right side. so you cant see any of the wires
yeah man ill see what happens but for now, im just happy to clean up the wires a little.
had a weird problem tonight, flipped the switch for the outer lights and they wouldnt work (had one cover on and one off) but the inside lights still worked. once i put the other cover on, they worked. i have to tear it all down tomorrow to wire up the KCs so ill check the solder connections and such. probably do a better solder and heat shrink tubing (just electrical tape covering up the soldered connections right now).
tomorrow, first day of senior year and after school im gonna stop by northern tool and pick up a wolo semi horn since mine doesnt work.
__________________ 1996 XJ on 36" TSLs, 4", locked F/R, stretched
drove it, just like every single other day
to be serious though, today was actually a maintenance-free day (surprisingly). unfortunately, last week i had to replace the CPS. but then i got a free detail at turtle wax (helps having friends who work there)
[B]1996 [COLOR="DarkGreen"]XJ[/COLOR] Country
BFG All Terrain
[COLOR="DarkGreen"]Green Jeep Club Member #145[/COLOR][/B]
Today I watched from inside a store and smiled as a father and young son stopped by my Jeep. The kid kept running his hands over the tread on my Mud Terrains and then kind of hugged a tire. It was really funny for me to watch
Not today but on Sunday I replaced the Monroe Reflex shocks I had with some KYB Gas-A-Just shocks. A world of difference. Firmed the ride up, handling and steering feel more precise. No more bouncing and rocking all over the place.
Stock UpCountry XJ. Factory shocks were monotube and I think perhaps the UpCountry springs have a lighter spring rate and the Reflex shocks just weren't up to controlling the springs.
1st one- 1989 Cherokee Laredo. 12 great years
2nd one- 2001 Cherokee Limited. Got it before they were gone.