Hey y'all! I've got a Rubicon with 33k miles on it.
Lately I've noticed the 2wd light blinks. I can tell something is loose, as sometimes it blinks in rythm to the bumps in the road. Been getting worse the last 5k miles.
I have a lift and front bumper, so I assume my warranty is useless
Never enabled the trial but I don't see why I would.
With Android Auto I can have all my music (Spotify), news (npr one), books (audible) and my podcasts (pocketcasts).
Plus, coverage disappears somewhere in Mexico.
With 20k miles on my JL it works great.
Yeah, I was thinking about that too - but I did get the heavier springs. Trouble is I can't tell which it could be.
I figure if I can't elelminate the issue, better shocks may reduce it, even if compensating for the non-ideal springs.
I've just got the JKS jspec 2.5" lift with heavy duty springs due to all the weight I have ( 15 gal water, fridge etc, camping gear winch).
The ride is just too darn harsh at speeds under 45. Above that on gravel or freeway and it's just fine. Any recommended shocks? I see the fox racing...
I've had the update popup twice today but when I click update nothing happens.
Is there some trick? Once with the engine running, once not.
I tried to download update, but uconnect says I'm updated I'd like to update when I have reception
Came up a 3rd time without the update now...
I'm on the road to Argentina with a very heavily loaded Rubicon. Unfortunately the load has given me clearance issues over tougher terrain. Gas tank is lower than the diffs mainly.
Any suggestions on a lift? I'd be happy with just stiffer springs, but open to a lift kit. 2" would be nice, but...
Not too bad at all - interior stripped in about 4 hours. Seat and seatbelt bolts are a little tough. Didn't see any noise canceling. It was all easy.
I was going to rhino line but decided against it. Once the plywood and all my gear in the Jeep it'll quiet it down but it's not much louder from...
Just thought I'd share my work progress for my overland build. It will have a Ursa Minor top, but I have to wait for that! Let photos speak for themselves
Up next is adding 15 gallon water tank in the rear footwell
For me, it keeps it at perfect constant speed as the highway goes up and down hill even if slightly. When I ride in other people's cars, I noticed how much people tend to slow and speed up on even slight turns or inclines.
Only have 80 miles on the clock but this is what I saw on a Rubicon 4dr. No idea what gas the dealer put in the tank.
1) In town ~15 MPG
2) On the freeway ~62 MPH, without cruise control ~17 MPG
3) On the freeway 62 MPH, with cruise control ~21 MPG
I come from a Miata (and other cars with low...