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post #1 of 2 Old 01-13-2013, 08:35 AM Thread Starter
MattND
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What did you do to your Jeep today?

Every forum has a thread like this, so I thought I would start one for us North Dakota folks. Would be kinda cool to see what local guys are doing with their rig. Today I haven't done anything with mine.. I got it washed yesterday.. does that count?


2000 WJ Limited 4.7 V8, Quadradrive, 3" IRO, 32" Destination MTs, Rusty's exaust, Flowmaster 50, Carolina front driveshaft, IRO Premium sliders
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post #2 of 2 Old 01-14-2013, 09:11 PM Thread Starter
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First post!

Changed my transmission input and output speed sensors. Hopefully that will fix my stalling issue. Drove it around a bit and it seems fine.
Next will be the crankshaft position sensor.. not looking forward to that one.

I plan on doing lots of regular maintenance to this thing because I have only owned it since last summer, and who knows what has been done to it from the previous owner. I am only the second owner.

The laundry list:
Replace crankshaft position sensor
Change tranny fluid (pan looks a bit greasy might have a slight leak)
Change plugs
Clean throttle body and IAC
K&N Drop-in filter (are they worth it?)
Flush coolant and replace
Anything that breaks along the way.

Any other maintenance that anyone suggests for a truck with 110k miles?

2000 WJ Limited 4.7 V8, Quadradrive, 3" IRO, 32" Destination MTs, Rusty's exaust, Flowmaster 50, Carolina front driveshaft, IRO Premium sliders
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