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post #1726 of 1818 Old 10-27-2012, 11:08 PM
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Is there a factory latter for the E05 recall? The jeep's manufacture date 11/2004.
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OK so jeep is going to give us a big F you when we try to get them to fix it? He just bump the engine and it tried to to kick over so it not locked up.
The company that built your Jeep went out of business in April 2009. The company that sells Jeeps now never built a 4.0 or this stupid OPDA.


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My opda and cam gear is worn do I beep to replace both the cam and opda or just the opda?
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I meant to say need not beep
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My opda and cam gear is worn do I beep to replace both the cam and opda or just the opda?
The drive gear on the OPDA or the cam gear on the cam?

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Both of them are worn the gear on the opda and the one on the cam
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Both of them are worn the gear on the opda and the one on the cam
It's a coin toss, really. The cam will likely continue to deteriorate, and that's the real issue. I would personally do a stripperguy mod on the current OPDA and start saving pennies for an eventual top end rebuild. Pm of you want to talk details and my experience via telephone..

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What's the stripperguy mod
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And couldn't I just put a new cam in it inStead of rebuilding the whole top end? It only has 50k miles on it
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What's the stripperguy mod
Have you not been studying? http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/20...ilure-1144202/ Member Stripperguy has developed what many of us hope is a cure for the disease.

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No I just found out about this? Does anyone run a bigger lift cam than factory?
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No I just found out about this? Does anyone run a bigger lift cam than factory?
Why would you? 2 more horsepower worth idle issues?

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I wasn't sure if anyone has done it does anyone know the factory lift of the cam because summit sells whole cam kits that come with lifters and everything but I don't know what lift to get.
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We went to a Jeep dealer yesterday and they just blew us off and said to call Chrysler. I'm not to happy with them at all, 2 weekends ago I ripped my CV axle on an off road trip in my H3T and still under warranty. GM knew what I was doing and when they saw my truck they knew what it's made for, fully covered the flatbed and the CV axle with no charge. I really enjoy Jeeps and one day I would like a scrambler hell even the JK8 kit would be great but with happening to my buddy IDK. At the same dealer I checked out the only JK8 they had and you could see the 4th door outline clear as day and sticker price was $50,XXX. Hope you guys don't mind me posting a photo of my T.

Thanks for the info and I'll keep you guys posted from down range with what's going on with his Jeep.
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