Yeah my dad can fix anything. It took me a while before I started to try things on my own. Thank God for YouTube.I have noticed that a lot of Jeeper's are either mechanics' or damn close to one. My Grandfather and my Uncle were the build anything type. That genetic gene bypassed my Dad and myself.
I did mine the exact same wayI installed the ARB dual compressor. The compressor draws its power from the battery, the two positive wires from the compressor to the battery have 40A fuses already.
The purple wire from the compressor does not draw 40A at all because it is simply a switch on a relay that closes the circuit.
My ARB twin is connected to Aux4. Works fine.
Yes, I ordered and now have 1/2" Impact wrench and both set's of 1/2" sockets. SAE/Metric.Yeah my dad can fix anything. It took me a while before I started to try things on my own. Thank God for YouTube.
I’ve never done much on vehicles other than changing the oil or swapping a battery, but having the Jeep has pulled me out of my comfort zone. I installed all new LED lighting, rear cargo light that is tapped into the dome light, installed side steps, etc. None of these things are complex by any objective mechanical stretch, but it does give me some satisfaction to do it myself, and I’ve been surprised how easy the Jeep is to work on. I’ll still leave the suspension work to the pro’s, but the exterior stuff has been really fun to customize.