If there was one thing you could change about your JL...

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I hate that you can't turn off the radio while in reverse(6spd) also I hate that when you turn off the radio it turns off the whole screen and not just the audio. So that is what I would change.
There is a mute button for turning off just the audio and keeping the screen on.
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how much you paying per month?
I think the regular price for Guardian is $25/mo? No one ever pays the regular price for any XM products though. There is always a promo, just call them. I just got a renewal notice for the Guardian App that allows you to use your phone to start your Wrangler and a bunch of other features. The current promotion is $10 per month for 6 months.

Here is a link showing the Guardian features.

https://www.driveuconnect.com/sirius-xm-guardian.html/
 

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I would like the Hood Prop Rod to be the opposite of what it is now ; anchored to the radiator support, free end into hood. Now, you are holding hood up, and pulling against yourself to free Prop Rod, then locating it into radiator support. Reverse this, easier, gravity agrees
 

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Sahara here so a rear locker would be nice.
 

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i want rain sensing wipers. if you can unplug the top before removing it, you can unplug the windshield before dropping it.
 

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only one thing?

well, i can always buy the soft top serperately, so, dual top isn't a mammoth hassle.

maybe.....maybe the turboed 4 for a 6. the turbo has more torque, but, the 6 has less moving parts.
 
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I would hope that Jeep and FCA will continue to work on a fix for the steering issue. While I know many members have come up with workarounds and fixes for their own personal vehicles, the fact remains that we paid a lot of money to drive a vehicle that does a have a serious steering issue that should be fixed immediately before someone gets hurt
 

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only one thing?

well, i can always buy the soft top serperately, so, dual top isn't a mammoth hassle.

maybe.....maybe the turboed 4 for a 6. the turbo has more torque, but, the 6 has less moving parts.
True there is a turbo and it's related components.

Actually a 6-cyclinder has 50% more moving parts then a 4-cyclinder. It has a extra cylinder head, 2 more pistons, rods, wrist pins, bearings, lifters, springs, valve train components, valves, injectors, coil packs, etc. Plus extra manifold, cat converters, exhaust, etc.

Modern engines are pretty reliable. I'd call it a wash. lol.
 
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Doors that don't corrode around the hinge plates.
Corroded hinges was a problem on previous Wranglers like my TJ. I did not own my JK long enough to see it. The JL is fairly new and at most 2.5-3 years old. I was hoping this would not be a problem on the JL. Probably dissimilar metals or alloys reacting. You have pics?
 
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