(And sorry to drag up an old thread) What did you mean by Export market vehicle? Vehicle made in US and exported to UK or vice versa?
Currently sitting on a pair of Mopar LED tail lights to install for my lady's Jeep and curious if I'll need to flash, as I would when I go to change...
100% Confirmed or not, I like the direction this is going.
As for the bumper stickers on the rear glass, and I know I'm being optimistic, but perhaps they threw those on there to throw the lay person off? Only true Jeep enthusiasts would know what to look for
I've got an AFE Magnum Force Stage 2 XP CAI w/Pro 5R oil filter... I absolutely love the sound it makes, but after my recent spring cleaning, oiling the filter was not ideal and as mentioned, I now have speckles of oil around the hood
I want to make a change but I don't know to what
Interestingly, they don't lean one way or another if it'll go into production. They only state "this shows we can do it!"
Well I can strap a Yamaha to a canoe and send it down the river, but doesn't meant I'll make more and sell them. Interesting either way!
Edit: Pictures of Rims and Engine...
What gearbox adjustment exactly are you referring to? Purchasing a new/the upgraded one?
Been to the dealer 2-3 times since learning of a newer gearbox version, refusal to replace for the newer gearbox, even though it's still under warranty.
I've got a 2 year old Lab who LOVES car rides and getting dirty. Trialed a few 'hammock' style rear seat covers before settling on this one.
Very well priced, and has a solid rubber grip to prevent him...
Combed through the threads and had a hard time figuring the anwer out; hoping for a quick one.
2020 Sahara purchased w/ Halogens
1) IF LED DRL/Fender Flares (With fully wiring harness), and Fog lights are purchased- are they plug and play? (LED Tail lights appear to be fully plug & play)
Out with the old...
In with the new!
JT Gladiator grill inserts and black grill trim pieces added.
Unfortunately I believe I bent the middle section, so there’s a small gap that will need to be fixed/replaced.
Unfortunately, the boss was over my shoulder the whole time, quite Lab-oring...