Originally Posted by whatevrworks
Its not that hard there is a seal on the top of the intake opening that pops off pretty easy and then, I opened the filter box, pulled the filter out and took the hose running from the power steering reservoir out of its plastic clips (pops right in and out easily).
I'm thinking my March 2011 built Overland is different than yours.
There was a relay or electrical component in the way on the passenger side that I had to unclip and move out of the way before I had space to get my hand down there to get to the passenger DRL..
I had to disconnect the massive air intake hose (hose clamp) and another tube coming off of it to even get the air filter top open far enough to get the air filter out... then the steering reservoir hose was ziptied to a push-in clip thing that absolutely refused to come out without a massive amount of force... I finally ended up breaking the clip (in hindsight, I should have just cut the stupid zip tie). I guess I'll find something to replace it at an auto parts place.
I used to mod my 02 TJ all the time, and I don't think I cursed Chrysler as much as I did while trying to get to those DRL bulbs... it shouldn't be that complicated, especially when they have instructions in the owners manual on how to replace the turn signal lights which are an inch away...
It looks great once it's done.