What did you do WITH your Jeep today.

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Went and played at the Fordyce. Had to pull my pops out a few times but had a great time!

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Is it even snow wheeling if you don't have to pull rope a few times? Nice pics. Thanks for sharing.
 

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We got 10 inches of snow today. Canceled work so went out to play.

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This last weekend went out with 30 Jeeps from the Tucson Jeeps off-road group (2000+ members) and explored Sonoita AZ. Nothing too challenging, but had a great time none the less. Climbed a couple steep embankments (wouldn't call them hills). Hit 25˚ on the climb and the Jeep acted like it was no big deal. I don't even think I had wheel slip. Damn thing makes me smile every weekend we are out in nature (it's natural environment) and exploring throughout Arizona.
 

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Hauled home my new Pitboss 850 Pro series to upgrade from an older Traeger (which will make it down to my US home when the borders open again). Ribs this weekend!
 

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I drove to the Jeep dealer and talked with the Service department about my failed fob.

Apparently they felt it had gone for a swim and would not be covering a replacement. Since I never took it swimming I'm wondering what jackass thought it was a donut and dunked it. 🤬

I'm gonna have a chat with the business manager about it.
 

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I drove to the Jeep dealer and talked with the Service department about my failed fob.

Apparently they felt it had gone for a swim and would not be covering a replacement. Since I never took it swimming I'm wondering what jackass thought it was a donut and dunked it. 🤬

I'm gonna have a chat with the business manager about it.
Interesting, I wonder how they determined that? I've opened one of mine and the fob doesn't have any water intrusion sensors/stickers. Unless there is obvious corrosion and mud (or coffee) plastered all over the inside, I'd call BS on them.
 

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Interesting, I wonder how they determined that? I've opened one of mine and the fob doesn't have any water intrusion sensors/stickers. Unless there is obvious corrosion and mud (or coffee) plastered all over the inside, I'd call BS on them.
The service advisor opened it up and there was obvious evidence that it had been in some liquid of some sort. Some small drips even hit the service bay floor when he popped the cover.

I'm not sayin' it didn't fail due to water intrusion, I just wanna know how the f**k I got a fob with that damage on a new vehicle purchase. Ya know...the water was sorta brown.

In any event I'll get to the bottom of it, even if I have to invoke my bumper to bumper, top to bottom, everything is covered regardless of cause warranty.
 

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I drove to the Jeep dealer and talked with the Service department about my failed fob.

Apparently they felt it had gone for a swim and would not be covering a replacement. Since I never took it swimming I'm wondering what jackass thought it was a donut and dunked it. 🤬

I'm gonna have a chat with the business manager about it.
The other day, I went outside, started my Jeep to warm it up (cause it was friggin cold) left the fob inside the jeep and left it running for about 7 or 8 minutes. Came out to move the jeep and noticed that I had a message stating the key fob had left the vehicle. It was right there between the cup holders... it wouldn't recognize the fob at all. I would open the doors and re-enter the vehicle and it still wouldn't recognize it....I didn't dare shut off the jeep in fear that I would not be able to start it again..... but I did notice that the fob was cold so I put it on the heater for a minute, open the door and excited the jeep with the fob and re-entered it, and low and behold.... it recognized it again..... I guess it's sensitive to cold also and not just moisture!😳
 

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