When I was in Junior High, I used to see these advertised in the back of magazines. I was never quite sure if they were a real thing or some kind of gimmick, but I wanted one (even though I wasn’t old enough to drive yet!).
I was trying to figure out how to go in on one with a friend - which of...
You may already know this and still have a complaint, but just in case you (or others) don’t . . . You can start in 4L without the clutch PROVIDED that it is after a stall. After stalling (accidentally or on purpose) you have about 20 seconds to restart without using the clutch. The message on...
My interpretation at those checkpoints is that you just have to HAVE 4WD to get past them, not that you have to be using it. They will probably just wave you through; engage 4WD when you feel it's needed.
Does it do it only when turning? You still get wheel hop on loose surfaces when turning, it's just that the slipping that is allowed prevents binding/damage. It's more noticeable in 4L than 4H.
If that's not it maybe it's something to get checked out.
Another vote for Turtle Wax Ice, although I haven't tried any of the others. I use it because i can use it on everything - metal, fenders, hardtop, handles, etc. It keeps things easy - which means I'm more likely to do it. 2+ years so far and everything still looks great.
There is a very good chance that all they will do on the clutch recall is remove a hose clip, install a protective sleeve, and possibly bleed the system. That's what they did on mine, and on most that have been reported on this forum.
If they find a potential problem, they will do a clutch...
The rain coming in when you open the doors is really one of those "Jeep things." They all do it. There are some threads here about add-ons to avoid it, but I just accept it.
The door sill guards are to protect the painted area at the base of the door when you step in and out.
My JLU doesn't let any air through the ventilation when the fan is set to off (previous Jeep was the same). I've always assumed that was on purpose (to keep out dust and odors when wanted), and maybe because the outside air is routed through the cabin air filter.
When I want outside air, I set...
I think the odds are much better at getting it done correctly at a quick-lube / drive-through place.
They will look up the capacity. Jeep service departments "know" what it takes and can't be bothered to check.