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Unread 12-20-2014, 04:42 PM   #1
willsink
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2003 WJ 
 
Join Date: Dec 2014
Location: tampa, FL
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Please Help with my WJ

This is my first time on the forum but I need help with my wj.
I have two issues right now.

First my car has been idling rough. I cleaned out the intake completely along with the iac sensor. It idles around 600ish when warmed up and is very rough. Runs the smoothest around 900ish.

Second the car makes a bottoming out sound whenever i hit a bump too hard. I already replaced the shocks, so im pretty sure the front coils are bad. Is that it also if they are bad what are the best ,strong enough to go off road occasionally, and cheapest set. Also if i just get coil spacers will that fix the problem.

Thanks for the feedback anything will help.

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