Edmunds and KBB are going to be way more accurate in giving you an expected price *in your area* than the wild-ass-guesses that folks on this forum across North America are going to be able to generate.
EDIT: Nothing personal, Scott.B. 😜
Yep. Additionally, after all those steps, do the battery disconnect.
I followed the set instructions three or four times, convinced I must be missing something or doing something wrong. Asked here, and someone else clued me in.
I know the answer. I had the exact same problem.
(PS, this happens 15 seconds or so after you shift into 5th or 6th. Doesn't matter how long you drive it, as long as you don't go into those top two gears.)
First, you have to carefully go through all the steps in the Tazer 6 speed...
I dunno. I think the only way you're gonna win this one is to keep a powerful shop vac ready to deploy.
"Jeep gets dirty" and "handheld vac"
sounds a lot to me like
"basement flooding" and "soda straw"
Not unless you force them to.
There are pages and pages of stuff in your warranty book.
And the requirements for "lemon law" buybacks vary considerably from state to state.
There are specific requirements around
number of days in the shop
number of visits for a problem to be "unfixable"...
I wouldn't worry too much about it until you see it in person and live with it for a while.
There's a temptation when waiting for an order to overthink it and look at photos and fill the time planning and spending money on mods for a Jeep that isn't here yet.
For example, I was convinced I was...
This is the perfect use case for a 4xe, assuming you already have a level 2 charger at home.
You could get a '23, but realistically '22s are not that old yet; I took delivery of mine just the last day of August last year, the day after it hit the lot from the factory - basically eight months...
The transfer case lever is mechanical, so moving it engages the transfer case into 4h.
The FAD is electrical, and is triggered once the lever is thrown. Lights on the dash flash if the electronic FAD sleeve is unable to engage for some reason.
So yes, from personal experience, it engages...
Well, since we're bringing this thread back, I'm also a big fan of the Camp Chef Everest.
1. The burners are 20,000BTU *EACH* as opposed to the Coleman 10,000 BTU each (20,000 BTU *TOTAL*) As others mentioned, when its cold, or windy, or high elevation, or you're just cooking a bit bigger pot...
I was recently having a conversation with my mechanic in this vein. IIRC, what he said is that the oil filter housing is fairly common to develop a leak. And when it does, it runs downhill until it where it drops out, it gives every appearance of being a rear main seal leak.
So, the fact that...
Lots of input already, but.... you know if you connect direct to battery, you'll *already* be able to use the radio whether or not the vehicle is on, right? Conversely, you'll need to make sure to turn it off when leaving the vehicle, in order to avoid draining the battery.
I don't want to rain on your parade. It's just gonna be a huge amount of work and a deep rabbit hole of unexpected unintended consequences. But when you're done, you'll have a project jeep to be proud of.
Ah, it's time for another episode of "fly on the wall at Jeep HQ."
VP: "Folks, we've got a problem. All the supply chain increases are biting our butts, and the Fed interest rate increases mean that we can't just keep raising prices like we were last year." I need lower prices to get unit...
Do you have the complete donor vehicle? You'll probably end up swapping quite a few parts that aren't part of the engine per-se. Motor mounts, air intake, ECU obviously, but probably weird stuff like the battery mount, washer fluid bottle, and other under-hood goodies - "minor" junk that'll...
When I was younger, I was more inclined to take folks at their word and what they said at face value.
But over time I've learned that folks are really good individually and collectively at the CYA (Cover Your Donkey) game.
So, with nothing to go on except my own idle speculation, and having...