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yeah - I asked the dealer to do it, but by the time I got the car it was late. They come in a box in the back. they replace the factory installed rubber. knuckle bleeding included.

Same thing happen to me the box with the pedal covers was in the back. The brake pedal took the longest but started from the bottom and then the right side... It was easier once I got eye level

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Re: 2015 High Altitude Owners Thread

I just noticed my exhaust tips arent even - meaning the exhaust tip behind the drivers side is about 1" lower than the tip on the passenger side. It's probably something that nobody will notice, but it will drive me crazy. Anyone deal with this? I am wondering if I should have the dealer adjust it.
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I just noticed my exhaust tips arent even - meaning the exhaust tip behind the drivers side is about 1" lower than the tip on the passenger side. It's probably something that nobody will notice, but it will drive me crazy. Anyone deal with this? I am wondering if I should have the dealer adjust it.
Maybe not that far off, but normal for the most part. Dealer should be able to adjust it some for you.
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This is what I mean about the exhaust tips being uneven.

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This is what I mean about the exhaust tips being uneven.

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Yes looks about like mine. Normal. If it bothers you I'm sure the dealer can adjust it for you...
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Yes looks about like mine. Normal. If it bothers you I'm sure the dealer can adjust it for you...
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The tips are clamps and can be adjusted.


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Yeah guys the tips are clamped on. Takes all of 10 minutes to adjust them to be perfect. All you need is a socket. Adjust them to your liking and retighten. Anyone can do it please don't waste the time and hassle of going to a dealership to have this done.
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Re: 2015 High Altitude Owners Thread

I have seen some conflicting info on this - I was wondering if there was way to disable the paddle shifters? I have found that the stereo controls on the wheel are very close to the shifter base, I would worry about somebody driving the car and accidentally switching it to manual.
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I have seen some conflicting info on this - I was wondering if there was way to disable the paddle shifters? I have found that the stereo controls on the wheel are very close to the shifter base, I would worry about somebody driving the car and accidentally switching it to manual.
I have not had an issue with hitting the paddle shifters on the Jeep. I had an explorer before this and did have the issue on it. Are you experiencing someone accidently hitting them in your Jeep?
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I have not had an issue with hitting the paddle shifters on the Jeep. I had an explorer before this and did have the issue on it. Are you experiencing someone accidently hitting them in your Jeep?
I have actually done it multiple times, first time on the highway. I used the + volume button on the back of the wheel and accidentally hit the - shifter (which is literally right above it and they are both concave) - luckily I knew to hold down the + shifter for 2 seconds to set back to D. I would worry about someone else doing this, especially in sport mode.
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