Prewired for my sub/amp combo coming later this week and joined another Jeep forum, ********** (last week actually, and only because one of their members is a Jeep guru who knows all about the electrical system). Started tracking down the junction blocks that might be causing my "right turn signal on" message and constant voltage on the passenger side.
After contemplating it for years, I randomly decided yesterday morning to replace the stock airbox system. Depending how this filter does I may end up swapping it out for an AEM Dryflow, but I don't do any off-roading or driving in dusty areas so it isn't a major concern right now.
I originally bought a CCV filter to place on the end of the breather tube that originally connected to the resonator, but after reading numerous threads across various forums I thought better of it and scrapped that idea. I drilled a hole into the side of the PVC pipe, mounted a grommet and CCV valve in it then attached a CCV hose to the stock tube to maintain the original flow.
I left the lower portion of the airbox to act as a support for the filter until I can fab a mount.
I know it doesn't really do much, but I'm happy with it and can finally say I did something to my WJ. Total cost of $30 and sounds awesome.
Im building a zav. I have a zombie sticker set like that, I had the guy make me a k9 unit one custom. Waiting til spring to paint the jeep then slapping the rest on. I have these on now. With green and white hidden led bar in my windows.
Nice. I like the green, I have the green center cap decals coming tomorrow. I choose the white decals since my WJ is so dark.
I have red Emergency lights because I am a Vol Firefighter. but I like the idea of having green/white for Zombie response.