Well I actually did it yesterday but been too busy to post.
-Plugs which apparently hadn't been changed in a while, the old ones measured .07 for gap, just little nubs left.
-Moog tie rod ends & alignment.
-New front swaybar end links.
-New blower motor resistor
The plugs were easy except the far left (passenger) one. The one on the far right somehow had more room I was able to use a swivel. The one on the left was at such an angle I just decided to get back in their with a small ratchet. One thing that lifting the Jeep didn't help... back is sore from standing on a bucket leaning over the engine bay! (It was still on the lift, tires off, as far down as I could go without the rotors hitting.) On the way to the shop to do the work I reset the trip and read about 17.5mpg(unadjusted for tires) going 60-65. On the way back it was about 20.5, dipped down to 19.6 (still unadjusted) after ~20 miles.
PCV still rattled but no idea when it was changed last.
Tie rod ends took care of the wobble/skip I would get when turning sharp parking lot maneuvers. Swaybar links were looking a little iffy so just went ahead and replaced them... took 4 parts stores to find them in stock (of course not either of the 2 I could get a discount at).
Blower motor resistor has been wanting to fail for a few months, so I figured I'd just replace it. Great write-up in the FAQ, took 10 min with following the directions on my phone at the same time.
I was going to clean the throttle body but decided I had done enough for the day. I lazily sprayed a little intake cleaner at it. The problem is in reinstalling the airbox my t20 bit got donated to my engine compartment... so I guess I'm not doing that until I buy another torx set.
So for today I trailered 3 dressers from the girlfriend's aunt's (got them for free) to the apartment. Between picking up the trailer (then remembering I only have 2" balls
), running to walmart and back for a ball, out to pick up the dressers, back to the apartment, donating the old dressers, dropping the trailer back off, and heading back to the apartment I put on about 150 miles. Even though they were just dressers the tall one caught wind like a freakin parachute at 70mph. Was only getting 16mpg... hauling dressers...