Broke an exhaust bolt trying to replace a broken exhaust ground strap, that ****er was on there lol It's ok though because my mechanic buddy is going to put a torch to the rest of the bolt and air hammer it out.
Took a drive up to the sand dunes yesterday and my TPMS light came on. I guess that's one thing I didn't really think of when I threw these BFG Mud terrains on...After some searching here on the forums, it looks like I'll have to either get new sensors or take sensors out of my old wheels. GRRR!
2009 Grand Cherokee Laredo 3.7L V6 QT1 | OME HD lift | 255/75/17 BFG Mud-Terrain on Moab wheels
If you use the sensors out of the old wheels, make sure you get new seals for them. They are like $6-$8 per seal but people have omitted this step and have had to later fix it. If you buy new sensors, probably gotta buy the seals anyways. Most tire shops have them.
Thanks man, waiting to pull the trigger on lift/tires/wheels and a dual action polisher . I've been through the whole dirty jeep thing, i'll still get a little silly but right now the paint restoration is top priority.
Had problems with my TCM, namely P0700 and the whole [P][R][N][D] thing. Got some electrical contact cleaner from a computer parts supply store, and went to town ripping into the centre console. Pretty straight forward taking it apart and cleaning the contact strips, assembly was easy enough as I was patient and not in a rush. Hopefully the problem doesn't come back for another 100 000 k!