Mine was wacky to, and causing ESS issues. The IBS Sensor was replaced, and fixed the issues. I thought it was a battery problem, as did many others here. But, these Jeeps are sooooo electronically complicated, nothing is as it appears.
What he said.
Even if there was excessive heat, it could still make bigger numbers, it just wouldnt be as good for the engine.
Fix it with a better radiator, better intercooler, vented fenders and hood.
Why, oh why, did they have to screw with the perfectly proven design, of a canister filter, and go with this new design. If it isnt broken, dont fix it!! Now we have a very delicate oil filter system that wants to break, when looked at crosseyed.
Just injecting my experiences with tightening filters. No need to get so "Testy".
I will add, that when filters are put on, very tight, many times they are extremely hard to remove, even with a filter wrench.
I had a filter on my truck, that was installed at the factory, and the thing was on...
I've been changing my own oil for 40 yrs(except for a few free ones), and I have never had an issue where I had to go back and re-tighten a filter. I just lube the gasket with some oil, and hand tighten it. Not overly hand tightened. Never had them leak.
I have a 2006 Dodge 2500 4x4 Cummins Diesel. Before that, a 2000 Dodge 2500 diesel. They were both daily drivers with about 40 minutes drive to work, each way. It took about 11 miles to bring the engines up to proper temp.
4 years ago, my job made my commute to work, all of 2 minutes, each...
I had a similar thing happen to me. I had a 2000 Dodge 2500 Diesel, and a new house. I was clearing some stumps, by yanking them out. Unbeknownst to me, the soil under my back yard is clay, and it had been raining hard, a few days before. I parked the truck, to tie off the chain, and when I...