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Unread Yesterday, 03:20 PM   #1
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20,000 mile check up questions

well my wifes JKU just went over 20,000 miles. What I am wondering is

1 is there a cabin filter to change out. I searched and found out how to add one

2 How many Zerks to grease and is there someplace that shows where they are

I keep the hinges etc lubed the air filter clean etc. Besides a front end alignment and tire rotation what else should I check.


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If still stock, you won't find any zerks.

Everything to check is outlined in the owner's manual.
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If still stock, you won't find any zerks. Everything to check is outlined in the owner's manual.
Thanks my wife went to the dealer yesterday and they have Her a list of what needed to be done and of course the cost. I read it and figured I could do it all myself for a few bucks.
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Thanks my wife went to the dealer yesterday and they have Her a list of what needed to be done and of course the cost. I read it and figured I could do it all myself for a few bucks.
I'll bet there are at least a few expensive things on the dealer's list that don't actually need doing.
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Yup the one that comes to mind is greasing all the zerks. I just got the owners man out and it says to change the cabin filter and make sure the oil has been changed. I have a BIL that works at a auto shop so the front end alignment and tire rotation are almost done for free. So I guess I just saved almost $200 bucks. Time for a beer while I change the cabin filter.

I hate not having grease able joints I guess if we keep it after the lease I will be doing some modding. Thanks again
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