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Re: getting a load of codes

I'm curious to see what happens with the Jeep, I've been around vehicles for over 30 yrs and anytime they "repair" themselves, it never lasts long. I'm really thinking it was a moisture problem, I guess I'll find out the next time we get some heavy rain. I've built the car from the ground up except for the chrome moly cage (no tig welder) and part of the rear suspension (time reasons). Its more of a habit than a hobby, once you start, its hard to stop.... but man is it fun. Turning loose 700 hp from a stand still will put a smile on your face if you want it or not. Thanks again for your help and I'll let you know how it goes. Took a short 6 mile test run and everything was fine. Even checked for trouble codes and there were none... this stuff makes my head hurt lol
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100+ miles and still doing fine...... hell if I know
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Re: getting a load of codes

He, its a jeep, it always takes you by surprise when you can least use it.
Its a jeep thing.
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Its just like me, every now and then its brain has a malfunction, I can deal with it and it will too. I love the lil buggy other than that, it makes a great all season daily driver plus it pulls my 20' boat with ease and hauls all my gear for camping.
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