....is about the only thing that could ever tempt me to even consider another new Jeep.
Call it Wrangler Classic. 2-door, gas or diesel drivetrain, frame and a real tub. Only option: A/C. Standard half doors, an actual keyed ignition and one battery.
A lot of Jeep folks still like...
Get under it with (no lift, all wheels on the ground) engine off and look at the track bar. Have an assistant move the steering wheel back and forth. If there's any movement at either end of track bar (either axle or frame) you've identified the culprit.
The 3.6 is gutless below 2500 RPM. It was quite a shock to me when I got mine after being used to the 4.0L being able to do pretty much anything below 2500. Like others have said, it's happy at high revs. You will also see better mileage with it wound out than you would lugging it at 2000.
I personally change my 2021 every year. The LSD in these are not that great. Every year it comes out black and nasty and looks like it has 500,000 miles on it. I change it yearly because it's easy and MAYBE it'll add some years to its life. I don't worry about the front unless it ends up under...
I'm not exactly sure what the smaller battery in the Ecodiesel does different than in the 3.6L.
It does, however, seem to me that the #1 problem across any model Wrangler with the dual battery system is the dual battery system.
I think relocating a part of a very common problem instead of...
7. So, So, But it does the job. FCA could have done better for the price.
Too much modern electronic stuff crammed into a traditional style ride. I don't want ASS, touchscreens, two batteries or dual doors. Half doors should be optional/standard. The rigid side windows of the soft top make it...
SOFTWARE and CLUTCH don't belong in the same sentence....ever.
This BS is like a computer manufacturer switching to 93 octane because their laptop performance sucks.
It's literally as stupid as it sounds.