Thanks everyone! I appreciate the humor and people giving me a hard time. Good to put my mind at ease. And sorry for the delay - I guess I hadn't marked this forum as wanting to follow it, so hadn't been getting updates.
I'm almost positive this is a stupid question, but humor me:
This evening, I drove through some sort of gas spill, which resulted in gas on the back of my car and underneath as well. I've managed to get the gas off the back/sides of the car at the self car wash, and gave the undercarriage a...
Quick follow-up questions folks:
How do steering dampers work technically? I know the result that they make the steering wheel less loose, but what are they actually doing?
I'm still having my issue with the Jeep pulling left, and trying to think through how the steering damper could be...
Thanks all - I definitely need to drop my tire pressure then.
Here is the part on my car - wondering if anyone recognizes this as OEM/appropriate.
I had a different dealer redo the recall so it would have had to be done wrong twice, by two different people, for the issue to be caused by the...
@sourdough and @WranglerMan - Are you all suggesting lower tire pressure for off-road performance and steering? Most of my normal driving is on the road, so I'd rather optimize for fuel economy. What would you suggest for on-road driving? Any links to learn more about the chalk test?
Thanks. I had the alignment checked and the tire pressures all show 39, but I could double check just in case there happens to be a slight difference.
There are only about 3,000 miles on the car so I doubt it would be a tire quality issue or something else.
Got the V41 damper recall done, and noticed my car started pulling to the left. I took it back in to the dealer and they "redid" the recall (i.e., installed a new damper). It seems better, and maybe it's just in my mind, but seems to still pull to the left at all.
Anyone else experiencing this...
Ridiculously simply question here, but I've got some 303 to apply to my new soft top, and wondering...how to do it [hides head in shame].
Do I just spray, or should I rub it in with a microfiber cloth?
Alright, update. Bought some different products, but started with vinegar and it got it off right away. Some of the products I think I'll still be able to use for sure as my car progresses with age (and just preventive), but should have just started with the simple stuff ;)