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  1. EcoDesiel Thoughts

    I tried the turbo 4 in my 2019 and while it had good power, it was so buzzzy and awful sounding that I went with the 3.6 in my 2020 and while it's lacking a little on power, it's so much smoother to drive. I just placed my order for my 2021 and thought I wanted the 3.0, so I found one at a...
  2. Can’t get door back on

    I've had my doors on and off a LOT on both my 2019 and my 2020 and haven't ever had any sort of electrical issue. If people are damaging the plugs/pins, it's probably because they aren't using the correct procedure to unlock, disconnect them. That, or their damaging the side attached to the door...
  3. Which packages are worth it for Daily Driver use?

    My Rubi has every option you can get on it, but the basic items that that be the most important in terms of comfort/convenience for daily use: 1) Hard top 2) Remote Proximity Keyless Entry (I don't know this isn't standard in today's world.) 3) Cold Weather Group
  4. My 2020 Jeep Rubicon “JLUR” could have killed me and my family this weekend.

    Jeep definitely has "glitchy software" for sure, but at least mine have had to do with the radio/camera and not anything to do with the whole vehicle shutting down. It's not that unusual (although my 2020 is better than my 2019) to get in randomly have no volume, sometimes have a display...
  5. Question for 2021 owners with power windows

    This, AND the fact that they want to keep the doors as light and cluttered as possible for easy removal, but another factor might be that there simply isn't room on the door in Jeeps for 4 more switches.
  6. Question for 2021 owners with power windows

    With switches in such a pain in the ass place (yes, I understand why they're there), it's mind-blowing that they put all 4 windows as auto up/down. I put all 4 windows down on a regular basis and it would be so much easier to simply push the switches instead of having to hold them the whole...
  7. Why only 33" tires on the Wrangler Rubicon 392?

    I get these points, and I'm not saying making 35's standard, but I'm surprised they aren't at least an option. I "think" there are plenty of people that would like 35's, but don't want to necessarily deal with changing them or the wheels.
  8. Why only 33" tires on the Wrangler Rubicon 392?

    I'm surprised that 35"s aren't an option on ALL Rubicons. They'll easily fit, and the 33"s just look small. I get that not everyone would want 35"s, but at least make it an option.
  9. Service bulletin on steering problem.

    My 2019 was pretty bad. My 2020 is even worse. HOPEFULLY the 2021 I just ordered yesterday will finally have whatever the magic combination is. I'm obviously not expecting razor-like steering, but both of the JL's I've had have a ridiculously large dead spot/play and wonder all of the place...
  10. Half doors appears in system! "Dual Door Group With Base / Premium Uppers" [Updated with real life photos]

    Why does it take them so damn long to add these updates to the configurator on the website? I literally spec'd my new one yesterday to send to my rep, but I can only spec what's available on the "build and price" tool on the Jeep website. :(
  11. Anyone park outside in the cold? No rhyme or reason as to whether or not the seat heater and heated steering wheel activate after a remote start.

    I checked mine tonight when leaving the office. It had been sitting for roughly 5 hours (the last hour in the dark) and the temp never got above 60 today. When I got in, it was telling me it was 77, but by the time I made it home (about 4 miles) is was reading correctly at 47.
  12. Update: Reveal Coming Nov 17 @ 12PM ET! Production 392 Hemi V8 Jeep Wrangler Officially Teased!

    Like I said, it really depends on what all options they wrap into the "base" vehicle available with the 392. A current 2021 fully optioned Rubicon is over $68k. If they make the 392 completely loaded with basically no options, I could definitely see $75k. If they happen to offer it in a...
  13. Update: Reveal Coming Nov 17 @ 12PM ET! Production 392 Hemi V8 Jeep Wrangler Officially Teased!

    I'd say that's probably pretty close. I just spec'd my 2021 Rubicon and it came out to $66k with the 6cyl and just about every option except the dual top group because I never take the hard top completely off anyway. I was thinking about the eco-diesel (around $68-$69k if I remember...
  14. Stolen personal items

    I think the random checking of cars for unlocked doors is happening all over the place. I live out in the country (or what used to be out in the country) and neighborhoods all around my are getting hit nightly. Mine's gated, which doesn't stop someone who really wants to get in, but with the...
  15. My 2020 Jeep Rubicon “JLUR” could have killed me and my family this weekend.

    Interesting. It would seem like even with complete shut-down, you would have still had steering and brakes, albeit both "manual" and requiring significantly more effort than normal. I wonder if the brakes seemingly didn't work because the ABS module essentially locked down and wouldn't let any...
  16. Update: Reveal Coming Nov 17 @ 12PM ET! Production 392 Hemi V8 Jeep Wrangler Officially Teased!

    I wish they'd offer just the regular 5.7 as well. I get mine as company cars, but I'm not allowed to order anything with the SRT drivetrain so the 392 means I'm still stuck with a 6 cyl. :(
  17. Temperature reads 41 degrees

    Happens to mine (both a 2019 and 2020) ALL the time. It can have been parked for 5+ hours with no sunlight and temps in the 20's-30's, but the sensor magically thinks it's 50, so nothing automatically turns on, yet by the time I'm out of the parking lot, it drops down to the actual temp. I've...
  18. Anyone park outside in the cold? No rhyme or reason as to whether or not the seat heater and heated steering wheel activate after a remote start.

    The auto turn on for the heated options (and vented options in other models) is based on a pre-set temp range. (I REALLY wish you change the temp range in the settings!) The problem is that wherever the temp is being read form is HIGHLY inaccurate. I can get in the car from work where it's...
  19. Spied! V8 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Hemi Production Version Begins Testing!

    Might be an oddball question, but seeing the name Andy and making wheels in your description, are the same Andy that was (maybe still) on the The Alley and VCA boards back in the day? Just seems like a few similarities so I thought I'd throw it out there.
  20. Spied! V8 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Hemi Production Version Begins Testing!

    I'll bet it's every bit of $80k. My 6cyl Rubicon was $63k as it is. Add in the cost of the Engine, the Engineering needed to make it work, the extra strengthening needed for a lot of other drivetrain parts, AND the fact that they're going to make it a "special" option/trim/package, I think it...



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