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Old 12-23-2012, 12:46 PM
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Re: What are you doing to your WJ next?

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Parked the WJ facing south to thaw out the pump then ran it through a car wash.
Nice, that always sucks. I had to borrow my sister in laws car while my jeep was in the body shop a few years ago and her fluid was so old the alcohol had mostly evaporated, it didn't freeze in the tank but the nozzles were like snow cone makers. Had to pump probably half a gallon out and put in fresh stuff.

Aww thats rough Dave, some of us run our stock wheels all year round... although I'm not cursed with timberlines, I've got the stock silverblade 3's
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Old 12-23-2012, 01:26 PM
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Aww thats rough Dave, some of us run our stock wheels all year round... although I'm not cursed with timberlines, I've got the stock silverblade 3's
Yea I had chrome rogues that came stock on mine but I left them on Karen's Jeep when we sold it because the tires were still decent. Now I'm stuck with her old 16's and they are rough.
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Old 12-24-2012, 08:34 AM
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Re: What are you doing to your WJ next?

Gotta figure out why the ABS light came on Thursday night. Checked the codes with the key and nothing shows up. Meh...

It also rolled 88k miles that evening. I have put 10k miles on it since I test drove and bought it.
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Gotta figure out why the ABS light came on Thursday night. Checked the codes with the key and nothing shows up. Meh...

It also rolled 88k miles that evening. I have put 10k miles on it since I test drove and bought it.
Usually One of your abs sensors might start to be acting up. I'll have one come on after my jeep sits awhile. My right, rear is my bad one.

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Old 12-24-2012, 10:54 AM
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Usually One of your abs sensors might start to be acting up. I'll have one come on after my jeep sits awhile. My right, rear is my bad one.
Figured that was the case. This one has been going on and off since then. It seems to be more "on" when it is colder outside....
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How in the world?! I tried to do that tray and it was a disaster. Haha. I could not get it to form.
It wasn't going to work unless I cut the middle part out that is under the rubber mat. If you lift the mat out there isn't any wrap under there. What little there is I cut slits in so I could stretch it down. Wrapping anything concave is a real pain.
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Re: What are you doing to your WJ next?

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Usually One of your abs sensors might start to be acting up. I'll have one come on after my jeep sits awhile. My right, rear is my bad one.

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+1 to that. You need a code reader that scans SRS/ABS to find the right one as a normal reader will only check the PCM.

Plus side, its a 1 hr job all in and the part is cheap.
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Re: What are you doing to your WJ next?

now that the headlights are done. i think i am going to add HID to the fog lights and to 2 of my upper roof rack lights... then some new shocks are in order sooner than later... and it is getting to be tire time... list never ends
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Old 12-26-2012, 03:43 PM
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Got my new used Coopers put on today and took some shots on the way home.











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Re: What are you doing to your WJ next?

They look like they are doing a pretty damn good job for you! We've got a few inches here and counting. I friggin hate snow.
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Old 12-26-2012, 10:23 PM
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Re: What are you doing to your WJ next?

Plugged it in as they are calling for temps below 0 degrees F tonight. My phone says the current temp is 14 degrees F.
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They look like they are doing a pretty damn good job for you! We've got a few inches here and counting. I friggin hate snow.
Meh bro they are ok I guess. Don't hold a candle to my C/Ts but light years better than the baldies that were on those rims.

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Plugged it in as they are calling for temps below 0 degrees F tonight. My phone says the current temp is 14 degrees F.
What did they do Trav, expand the arctic circle or something?
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