I'm one of the owners that recommended Bosch wiper blades. 👍
Yes, the OEM wipers on my JLU returned the shortest acceptable service life -- <1 year -- of any factory wiper blades I've used through the years.
It is when the context-impaired leave us hanging.
Undefined "issues" ha ha ha. That's funny talk right there mr grammar.
And you believe the vent is only under one seat? Do your due diligence and get back to us.
ATVs, side-by-sides and certain motorcycles all qualify as OHVs. It's their exclusion that makes Rausch ORP a pleasant place to visit for Jeepers.
N.B. - Rausch Creek Powersports actually allows motorcycles.
That's a problem in our borough. My neighbor and I, after tag teaming our driveways and sidewalks, will cut the street in with our snowblowers. Doing so prevents the old shit who drives the plow truck from taking 2nd and 3rd passes with the snow that I swear he purposely leaves behind.
Amazon shipped the $17 PG filter for free. Purchased from All Mopar Parts, the $15.69 OEM filter would have cost $23.86 via USPS, or an otherworldly $37.40 via UPS Ground.
We have to stay one step ahead in these matters. ;)
Just two weeks ago, I configured a 2022 JLU that was identical to my 2021. The price difference was almost exactly $2K. Doing the same today, I see the increase is now $2.2K.
IIRC, there's a thread in the 4xe subforum that mentions a recent $1.5K increase in that model's base price (a figure...
I installed a PG Cabin Air Filter, #PC99454. A functional $17 equivalent to the costlier OEM filter. Maybe next time I'll go all in for the $66 K&N filter.
The original was in situ for 14.5 months and 24K miles. These filters do get dark sooner rather than later, don't they?
My JLU's base price increased between the order entry date and its arrival at the dealer. My $500 deposit locked in the vehicle's [lower] price in force on the day it was ordered, meaning I wasn't responsible for said increase. Phew.
Here's how I approach the subject:
The price of whatever I'm...
A rich forest green would look correct on a Wrangler. My YJ was Emerald Green Metallic, and it remains one of the nicest vehicle paint colors that I've seen.
If Stellantis has to drop one of the 16 silvers or grays that they offer to make room for a forest green, all the better.