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post #92206 of Old 01-12-2014, 12:32 PM
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After fighting TPS sensors and IAC sensors and clearing and rechecking codes... The jeep is once again going AWOL

Now throwing codes
P0122 - TPS voltage low
P0132 - O2 short to bank 1
P0500 - vehicle speed sensor


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post #92207 of Old 01-12-2014, 12:36 PM
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After fighting TPS sensors and IAC sensors and clearing and rechecking codes... The jeep is once again going AWOL

Now throwing codes
P0122 - TPS voltage low
P0132 - O2 short to bank 1
P0500 - vehicle speed sensor


Frustration - 1
Tim - 0

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Hmmm... New Mopar TPS cleared my P0122 right up.

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post #92208 of Old 01-12-2014, 12:42 PM
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Hmmm... New Mopar TPS cleared my P0122 right up.
Did that already. Threw the TPS code and the one for the IAC. Got 2 sensors from vautozone and they were both bad. Went and got the mopar one and it cleared. Switched out the IAC and cleaered all the codes. Drove it around the block and warmed it up and now I have 3 codes.

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Did that already. Threw the TPS code and the one for the IAC. Got 2 sensors from vautozone and they were both bad. Went and got the mopar one and it cleared. Switched out the IAC and cleaered all the codes. Drove it around the block and warmed it up and now I have 3 codes.

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post #92210 of Old 01-12-2014, 01:48 PM
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Haha, awesome. Post pics when you're done. I gotta fishing cutting mine...then painting the fenders (under the flare), then the flares & bumpers are getting rattle can bed liner Sent by a messenger bird
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post #92211 of Old 01-12-2014, 01:49 PM
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Have you checked the wiring and made sure all the grounds are good?
What I was thinking. Trace all of your wiring and look for any fraying or loose ground wires.

OT: Finished painting all wheels.
When reinstalling the tire I didnt realize the board I was using on top of my jack had a nail sticking out of it. While the axle was resting on jack stands the board fell off the jack next to the inside of the tire. When I remounted the tire the board go caught between the jack and tire and the nail went right into the side wall. Patched with on of those plugged things from Advanced Auto for now. Will see how long that lasts. Time to start saving for another tire.
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-50C had to open the rear gate thought it was a little stuck, turns out it was basically a iceberg and when I opened it, it stripped off all the tail gate seal, so anyone run without it? Or had a suggestion for a adhesive?
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post #92213 of Old 01-12-2014, 03:31 PM
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All done...

Ignore the half assed paint job. Was quickly running out of daylight and had to get something on there to protect it.


I decided to leave the inner brace intact. I like the sort of aggressive look it has now. I just trimmed the cut edge in self stick automotive moulding and I'm quite pleased.

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post #92214 of Old 01-12-2014, 04:05 PM
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formed stainless steel brake lines...mine are about to burst.
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All done...

Ignore the half assed paint job. Was quickly running out of daylight and had to get something on there to protect it.

I decided to leave the inner brace intact. I like the sort of aggressive look it has now. I just trimmed the cut edge in self stick automotive moulding and I'm quite pleased.

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Looks good!

Here's mine...the flares aren't dry yet, so they will have to go on tomorrow. I also need to paint the rears tomorrow, & the bumpers...& wire my new reverse lights in.

Clear JK turn signals should be here soon...don't judge my zip tied signals








I left the support brackets in tact & put some paint on em

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post #92217 of Old 01-12-2014, 04:52 PM
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Looks good! Here's mine...the flares aren't dry yet, so they will have to go on tomorrow. I also need to paint the rears tomorrow, & the bumpers...& wire my new reverse lights in. Clear JK turn signals should be here soon...don't judge my zip tied signals I left the support brackets in tact & put some paint on em Sent by a messenger bird
Not too shabby. You left a lot more of the metal than I did. I took it back to where the bracket lip is and went straight across.

Are you going to do anything with the raw edge?

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post #92218 of Old 01-12-2014, 04:59 PM
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Not too shabby. You left a lot more of the metal than I did. I took it back to where the bracket lip is and went straight across.

Are you going to do anything with the raw edge?

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Thanks, I left a good bit b/c most of my paint on the fenders is in pretty good shape....& thought it'd look better on mine

I think I'm going to add door edge trim molding to the fender; as long as it doesn't throw off the line with the flares. At the very least, I'll add the trim molding to the part I cut by the grille.

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post #92219 of Old 01-12-2014, 06:21 PM
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Replaced a leaking inner axle seal on my D44 and replaced both axle u joints while i was in there. just have to button up the brakes and fill the diff in the morning.
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