I used to trailer a car behind the motorhome. I visit numerous state parks and many private parks. Trailering is nice going down the road plus you can back up if needed.
One of the disadvantages of trailering is sometimes finding a place to drop the trailer. Once, I had to drop my trailer...
I had to order a spare fob last year for my 2020. It took about two weeks to come in. As mentioned, it's the chip shortage that's causing a delay.
I've "heard" that some Jeeps are coming with only one fob and an IOU for the second. I don't know if that's true or not.
Wife ducked another Wrangler this morning. She enjoys doing it.
The Wrangler owner came to their Jeep while we were loading up to leave. The owner was thrilled to get ducked.
To those who don't want to get ducked, I'd recommend placing stickers on your jeep that state Do Not Duck or you could...
It seems several others have had problems with this harness. To be honest I know nothing about the factory toad/towing harness. I used an aftermarket harness that I had to splice in at the tail, marker and brake lights.
I'm assuming the factory tow harness has diodes. I wonder if they are wired...
As mentioned. Since the problem started when you installed the spare cover, take it back off and see if the problem goes away.
Just realized the OP's thread sorta got hijacked. Sorry OP. This should have been a seperate thread.
The computer on my 2020 2.0 JRLR always shows higher mileage than hand calculated.
So far out of the last 4 tanks of fuel, all hand calculated and averaged together I'm getting 22.6 mpg with 87 octane.
I drive a few mph over the posted speed limit on the highway.
My mileage is combined driving...
Bravo sir. I wish there were more law enforcement like you out there.
I traveled I-10 out of Houston to east of Lake Charles almost weekly for 8 years until I retired. As anyone traveling often on that highway can tell you, the traffic is terrible more often than not.
Drivers cruising in the...
I would change the oil at 5k. The first oil change should be after the first few thousand miles. It is considered a break in oil change. There will be wear particles in the oil.
When I worked the field for an oilfield company, I was in charge of a fleet of industrial engines among other things...
In regards to the Hothead liner, I wonder if the trapped heat between the liner and SOT would shorten the life of the SOT top?
I remember something about adding insulation to the underside of a roof that caused shingle life to be reduced. Just wondering if the same principle would apply to the SOT?
I've been following this thread but have yet to comment.
I say, get what you want the most. I've been down this road a number of times in life. Most everytime I bought something less than what I really wanted, it seems that I always regretted not getting what I really wanted in the first place.