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Old 02-26-2010, 12:46 AM
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Noob Question: How do i remove the upper air box on my '08? Ive looked under there once or twice and wasnt too sure what was holdin it on lol
there is a bolt on the bottom of each side (10mm i think) and there is a clamp on it where it meets the throttle body that you take off with a flat head screw driver.
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there is a bolt on the bottom of each side (10mm i think) and there is a clamp on it where it meets the throttle body that you take off with a flat head screw driver.

Mine didnt have the bolts. It had those rubber rivets holding it in place. Had to take it off with a screwdriver.
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maybe it is diferent for the 3.7, or maybe because yours is newer than mine
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Re: How To: WK Maintenance Videos

So if someone were to change basically change all oils, filters, and fluids in vehicle (I don't count wiper fluid or blinker fluid) what exactly would they need? I have an 05 Wk with the 3.7 that was NOT taken care of properly and I want to start from scratch. What I've compiled I'll need for the weekend that my uncle is going to help me out.

5qt 5w-30 for engine
4qts 75w-140 for both differentials
2qts 75w-140 for transfer case
8qts auto tranny fluid
Plugs, suggestions?
and a serp belt to top her off

Is there anything else yall would do for an overhaul? O I'm at 60months so flush the whole coolant system? Please correct any wrong info above and add in your expertise
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So if someone were to change basically change all oils, filters, and fluids in vehicle (I don't count wiper fluid or blinker fluid) what exactly would they need? I have an 05 Wk with the 3.7 that was NOT taken care of properly and I want to start from scratch. What I've compiled I'll need for the weekend that my uncle is going to help me out.

5qt 5w-30 for engine
4qts 75w-140 for both differentials
2qts 75w-140 for transfer case
8qts auto tranny fluid
Plugs, suggestions?
and a serp belt to top her off

Is there anything else yall would do for an overhaul? O I'm at 60months so flush the whole coolant system? Please correct any wrong info above and add in your expertise
The transfer case is just ATF-4, not 75w-140...I just got 2 quarts of Mopar fluid from the dealer for cheap
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Re: How To: WK Maintenance Videos

I'd like to see a good video on how to do a coolant flush, I have a 3.7l '05. Thanks for posting these.
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