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    That dude from Mississippi notnalc68's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judesign View Post
    Wow you have a 2014?


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    Yep. 56,000 miles. Covered under warranty.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Advice or input? Don't buy teraflex shit. Sorry to hear about your issue, but teraflex doesn't have a good reputation. For awhile, it was just their steel, but this is now the 3rd rubber failure I've heard about within a year. May be best to upgrade to a US-made leveling kit like Evo or Rancho.

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    Bought my first Jeep this week. Brought it home Thursday, drove it to work Friday. Filled it up with gas and it wouldn’t start. Now it’s at my mechanics shop. Fuel filter, fuel pump, fuel line, plugs, who knows. So far, Jeep ownership is awesome.
    And when I get it back I get to fix the loose steering column.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepsheets View Post
    Bought my first Jeep this week. Brought it home Thursday, drove it to work Friday. Filled it up with gas and it wouldn’t start. Now it’s at my mechanics shop. Fuel filter, fuel pump, fuel line, plugs, who knows. So far, Jeep ownership is awesome.
    And when I get it back I get to fix the loose steering column.


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    Heading home from work yesterday and everything went nuts. Started bucking, lights on the dash, no acceleration. Luckily, I was maybe 200 yards from the dealership. I parked it in the service lane, dropped a key in the box and left. Get a call this morning and find out that a wheel speed sensor went out. No biggie, change it. My guy then starts explaining that when checking it out, he finds fluid leaking from one of the shocks and he would be happy to sell me some new ones and put them on. Yeah, right. On a positive note, I got my sensor replaced and the oil changed.

    Now I need to find a way to get the shocks I want without the wife using one or 4, to beat me half to death.

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    The weld on the back of my stock resonator is completely broken, jeep sounds like a crappy import with no muffler. Going to move my evap canister and put in a full sized muffler and dump it before the axle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcale View Post
    The weld on the back of my stock resonator is completely broken, jeep sounds like a crappy import with no muffler. Going to move my evap canister and put in a full sized muffler and dump it before the axle.
    With the fearless way you drive off-road, I can't see how that happened.
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    Unit bearing is going. Rusted to hell. Half shaft is seized to the unit bearing..... Ordered a new half shaft. The jeep is from CT originally, but is this normal? Is there something I can do to keep it from happening again. Do they make dust caps? IMG_20180121_124027.jpgIMG_20180122_220508.jpgIMG_20180122_220534.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clowe View Post
    Unit bearing is going. Rusted to hell. Half shaft is seized to the unit bearing..... Ordered a new half shaft. The jeep is from CT originally, but is this normal? Is there something I can do to keep it from happening again. Do they make dust caps? IMG_20180121_124027.jpgIMG_20180122_220508.jpgIMG_20180122_220534.jpg

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    Do you have an air chisel? When you put those together put antisieze on everything!


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Do you have an air chisel? When you put those together put antisieze on everything!


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    I wish I did. I wist the other owner put it in my, because I know I will. I'll need to get the rust off the knuckle.

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