Re: Vehicle maintenance/ preventitive maintenance
exhaust, and a ported throttle body are what most folks on here have had success with. as far as regular maintenance, you've got it pretty much wrapped up. Make sure your tires are inflated where they should be and that you're up to date with the recommendations in your service manual. Other than that, MPG's aren't going to get much better.
If you have a lot of crap laying around inside your Jeep...get rid of it! Less weight is always good.
Tony-04 Limited HO
, DkKhaki w/tan leather int. All LED lighting, 5000k Xtreme HID projs. (deambered)&fogs w/CCFL rings, tinted tails&3rd LED brake lt, fnt glass tinted to match, shawty antenna, 6 Polk speakers, K&N FIPK, FR 70mm TB, TCM#10 snip, Flashpaq'ed on 91 tune, Bilstien HD's, Addcos, polished 20" SRT reps, Hankook Ventus Evos (255-45), Weathertech mats, EBC USR rotors, EBC Greenstuff pads, Magnaflow muffler, RB1 Nav w/iPod kit, de-badged, roof rack delete.
09 Liberty KK
Rocky Mountain Edition. Added Mopar Remote Start kit, Weathertech Mats, K&N drop-in.
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