I’m no expert, but I’d like to continue doing my own maintenance on my Jeep, as I did on my last Jeep. What’s the consensus on dipstick checking? Cold, first thing in the morning? While it’s hot? This photo is hard to tell, but it looks like the oil hits where I placed the red line.
Welp, I took it it for fluid changes because I’ve been too busy. They overfilled. And I don’t think it ever did this, but the oil pressure jumps to 70psi and then drops back to 31 and repeats. That is not normal right??
It’s incredibly fun to drive (and Jeeps are already fun). It’s been great off-road. 26k miles on it (yes it’s only been 8 months) - went to Telluride and back, then to Moab and back, plus several trips to Texas.
Don’t do it. A year ago now, the manuals were halted and I had to wait. Started looking at automatics because I was a little impatient. I held out, finally delivered in July, and I couldn’t be happier with the manual.
Seems like a good place to stick this.
I had to work for it, especially with all the rolling hills between Birmingham and Atlanta. 50mph at the top of the hill, easy throttle to 75+ to the bottom. Required a lot of patience and time to spare. JLR 6-speed.
It’s far easier to get into the backseat than to put the backseat back in. Super easy to take out though (which I do regularly). But maybe I’m the only one who thinks it’s super easy to get in the backseat.
Oh, both my kids also think it’s easy to get in the backseat. It’s fun for them. They...
I got the Rancho options front/rear. They’re going to get worn so long as they provide a barrier between rock and diff cover. You do have to bend the front u-bolt a wee bit that comes with the front diff. But I’d buy them both again.
Edited to remove the incorrect statement about needing to...