Installed a new radio, JVC KD-A615 with SWI-jack. Works great and looks good. Also bought new rear brake pads and rotors, stuff to do a rear diff fluid change, new axle shaft bearing and seal. Now i just need a warm snow free day
pulled a guy out of a water hole that swamped his nissan. then towed him on base. good times. new tow strap worked like a charm.
pics from said event.
1992 YJ 2.5 SOLD
2004 Grand Cherokee Special Edition 4.0
IRO 3",JKS BPE's,DoetschTech8000's,Tenneco SS,Cooper Discoverer STT's 245-75R16,RC wheel spacers,SSBC Slotted Rotors, IRO Prem-sliders...
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Thanks sooo much!!! I'm really happy with how everything is turning out and Im loving the HID's!!! They were really easy to install bro...!! Basically plug and play for the HID's... The halos and LED's were as simple as hooking them up to the parking lights... Took about an hour because I took my time and taped off all the connections and wrapped them up all nice...
Did you put a xenon bulbs in the high and low beams or just low?
2001 WJ 4.7L V8, 6.5" IRO Critical Path Long Arms, 255/75/17 Firestone Destination M/T's, 17" JK Moabs, Flowmaster Super 40, SpiderTrax 1.25" Spacers, Hunter Bull Bar w/ Fawkes Fab Relocation Brackets, 5/8" ARB Shackles, JCR Stage 2 Sliders
see, if you cut out your spare well and do the gas tank lift, the filter's right there. no problemo. bam. problem solved. i put a piece of metal over the hole with duct sponge tape stuff around it and held with self tapping screws so i can take it off for maint whenever i need
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It's a Jeep, it's not supposed to work right all the time.
is your tire rubbing against your rubber shock boot? i noticed the same rubber smell from mine and couldnt figure it out. until i put new pads on the back and my shock boot was tore up from the tire
I checked that. Nothing rubbing. I took apart the brakes and cleaned off the mud and leaves. Still does it. I wonder if the new pads are making smell. They are mopar pads. I know that doesn't mean much. It could be all the gear lube that did leak out, but I cleaned that all off good when I replaced my seals. That is when I did my pads too. I will look into it more this week at work.
I'm doing the fuel filter (inline canister), not the fuel pump assembly... It doesn't look like more than a 10 minute job. Am I in for a surprise? Only reason for changing it is I still have the OEM, 11 years and 165K miles later.
The CPS looks like a "fun" little job considering I can't even see it from up top, until I remove some stuff.