What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

Gazelle

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Fun couple days working on my Jeep. I pulled my awning off my roof rack for the winter & hung it on the garage wall. I was afraid of it turning into a mass of mildew since the ever present rain won't stop until next April. Plus, I can always reinstall it in about 15 min if needed for an overnight ski or snow camping trip.

I finally installed the Tazer-Lite I purchased last June to correct for 37's (which are actually just 35.5"). The installation set off a CEL & a slew of DTC'S which have not returned after clearing and driving for a while.

Installed some defroster plugs to help distribute the air flow to the sides of the windshield.
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Slapped on my OR OHV sticker purchased for a trip to the OR Coast last Oct.
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Installed the blue LED's in my Roam rock sliders & tied them to the interior, footwell lights. This took me almost all day with soldering all the wires together and running the wires through a grommet in the driver's side firewall. I'm not a big guy, but there is very little room in the footwell under the dash to strip , crimp & connect wires. It's all wired up and working properly, now, but I'm not convinced I like the purple- color. These are very bright & they scream for a bit more attention than I want.
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Ordered a new exhaust on Thanksgiving day and it showed up today. Borla climber touring for a 2.0T. Went on really easy, old exhaust came off pretty easy too. Ended up covered in wool wax, tried not to touch things but somehow it still ended up all over lol.

I like it so far! the touring version of the borla barely changes the exhaust note which was important for me. That big old OEM muffler always sat in the back of my mind when wheeling, so happy to have it out of there!

Looks nice and clean now!

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Installed some defroster plugs to help distribute the air flow to the sides of the windshield.
Is this something you’re trying on your own, or is this a mod you’ve seen others do with success? I’m curious to see if this helps.
 

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Installed some defroster plugs to help distribute the air flow to the sides of the windshield.
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I installed/placed similar plastic plugs, just about 3yrs. ago .... over 50,000 miles ago. The plugs do the job so to speak. Well worth the few $ cost of the plugs and the time to plug them in.
 

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I've had her for a month and so far I've added all weather floor mats/cargo, door sills, short antennae, replaced rock rails with steps and added spare tire brake light. Window tint, steel bumpers and new shoes are next.

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I've had her for a month and so far I've added all weather floor mats/cargo, door sills, short antennae, replaced rock rails with steps and added spare tire brake light. Window tint, steel bumpers and new shoes are next.

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Beautiful Jeep, love that color!
 

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I've had her for a month and so far I've added all weather floor mats/cargo, door sills, short antennae, replaced rock rails with steps and added spare tire brake light. Window tint, steel bumpers and new shoes are next.

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Nice choice in steps! I have the same ones, and the matching front and rear bumpers.
 

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