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    Death wobble only turning left. That’s a new one.


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    Weird brake issues. Front passenger caliper froze up, so I replaced that. After the road test I took a temp gun to the rotors and the driver rear was significantly cooler than the rest, maybe that caliper is bad too?


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    Quote Originally Posted by 19YJ94 View Post
    Yeah both have been fixed but I haven't noticed anything out of place or deformation on the dash. So no problems other than the latter (airbag light).
    Any codes thrown for a bad clock spring by chance?


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    I just did ball joints on my 17 JKU. The factory ones were shot after 40,000 miles. The previous owner must have aimed for every pothole. It was quite an interesting experience. The ABS sensor was rusted into the driver side hub and one of the hub bolts took out all the threads. Everything went back together smooth after that and the Jeep drives normal.

    Up next is fixing the wonderful radiator leak that so many talk about.

    I also replaced some of the factory stickers on the Jeep.





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    I just installed a ultimate Dana 44 with the e-locker in the front and I have diff fluid coming out of the vent tube. Possible overfill???


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    Quote Originally Posted by kep01 View Post
    I just installed a ultimate Dana 44 with the e-locker in the front and I have diff fluid coming out of the vent tube. Possible overfill???


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    Yes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Yes.


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    Thanks overlander, appreciate the feedback. Just got a little worried after spending the time and money on it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kep01 View Post
    I just installed a ultimate Dana 44 with the e-locker in the front and I have diff fluid coming out of the vent tube. Possible overfill???


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    Most likely yes. I can't recall how the diff cove looks on those. How high is the fill plug? It seems like I remember them having a smaller check hole below the fill plug?


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    Quote Originally Posted by A.J. View Post
    Most likely yes. I can't recall how the diff cove looks on those. How high is the fill plug? It seems like I remember them having a smaller check hole below the fill plug?


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    I’ll take a look for that. We are headed out today to do some light wheeling and see how the new axle works out.


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    The PSC PK1852 high volume pump on my XJ decided to evacuate the fluid while driving down the highway yesterday. The shaft seal failed, causing all the fluid to spray against the back of the drive pulley. Needless to say that the entire engine compartment and the underside of the Jeep is now covered with oil.

    Good thing is that I smelled oil burning and pulled over before it completely drained the system. Bad thing is that you can't just walk in to the local auto parts and grab some SWEPCO 715 power steering fluid.
    PSC is sending a new pump and there was no major problems caused by the failure but if this had happened out on a run there is no way I would have been able to get back to pavement. This was no slow drip. Anyone running hydro assist might want to make sure you have extra fluid and a way to bypass the pump. That seal went and it emptied the reservoir quick. Not to mention the fire risk of covering a hot engine and header with oil.
    Anyway, just a heads up.

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