There are no inserts for the Sport grill. The Sport grill is different from the Sahara/Rubicon grill but they are interchangeable. Sport grill is one piece whereas the Sahara/Rubicon grill is like 5 pieces [I believe]. The silver/gray insert piece, the main body colored piece, and three body...
I removed my driver's seat and checked the bolts over the weekend. Very slight movement on one bolt for the seat bottom to the frame. Put the seat back in, torqued the bolts down and I have not heard any noise yet. Have to wait, possibly a few months, to determine if this lasts or not.
Probably no/very little information out there on this topic, but I really doubt that any car company would make the key system unique to one vehicle. The exterior design of the key fob might be unique, but how it operates should be the same.
The key fobs cost $?? to buy and then $?? for the...
I would love to see a useful measurement difference between a Rubicon and Sahara/Sport.
According to Jeep's specs on the axles, the Rubicon should have a 1.5" wider track but the vehicle spec sheets show the same values regardless of the trim level selected
You might need to tell the ECU that the proximity sensors are there by going to the dealer so they can load the program. That would be expensive, I am sure. But that would have nothing to do with the key fob.
The link is already their for the push button start.
Proximity entry and push button start are the same thing as far as the key fob and car are concerned. The reason proximity entry does not work is because you do not have the sensors in the car doors. If you purchased the Jeep with the...
I do not see anything in the JL manuals either. :(
I know in every vehicle I have ever owned that had a compass [except the JL] there was a way to define the "zone" you were in and driving in a circle performed a calibration on the compass. Never owned a JK, but their manual says to do this. Of...
Sometimes parts cost more than what you think due to several factors associated with the material selection and the manufacturing process. These just seem overpriced.
They look cool, I like the way they look. I am sure they feel good, also.
How about you driving a service manager around and show him or take video of the problem and show them.
And 200-400 miles is absolutely insane. Speak to the manager and have them give you some gas cards or something.
WOW!!! $200 is WAY more than I would ever spend on those. Not putting anybody down if the buy them because they do look cool, I guess if you have the money to burn.
If I wanted a different color lock handle I would just paint the stock ones for a few bucks and call if good.