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    Quote Originally Posted by Dever View Post
    Installed a dual band radio in a Tuffy overhead console. Ran the antenna cable down the drivers side A pillar and out to the engine bay through the firewall. Went to program it, keyed the mic and the ETC light started blinking, RPMs went to 2,000, and the skinny pedal went dead. Happily the ETC resets with an engine shutdown/restart, but I don't think I'll be talking on the radio until I can figure out what the hell's going on...


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    Think my clock springs on it's way out. Started off getting the esc light backing out of my driveway only on really cold days. Now it comes on as soon as I start it up. Steering wheel is set dead centers it's not that. Luckily I just got a letter for the extended clockspring warranty a few weeks ago.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Donner85 View Post
    Think my clock springs on it's way out. Started off getting the esc light backing out of my driveway only on really cold days. Now it comes on as soon as I start it up. Steering wheel is set dead centers it's not that. Luckily I just got a letter for the extended clockspring warranty a few weeks ago.


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    Go get it checked out bud, I hope you have good relationship with your stealership.
    Good luck, I get my letter as well



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    Yeah unfortunately it's something I have to take it to them for. I usually do everything else myself. Worst case scenario I have the lifetime warranty too so worst case I'll drop $100. Wish my code reader would read those codes so I would know for sure.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Donner85 View Post
    Yeah unfortunately it's something I have to take it to them for. I usually do everything else myself. Worst case scenario I have the lifetime warranty too so worst case I'll drop $100. Wish my code reader would read those codes so I would know for sure.


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    Well $100 bucks ain't bad man, I also have life time warranty, and I already took it in for oil filter adapter and inner axles seals, both were free of charge.
    The $100 deductible is only for some things, it might be for the clockspring, but still that is not bad



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    Either way I definitely gotta get it in soon. It's annoying seeing the light. Just been putting it off since I picked up a cheap beater for everyday driving. Now my baby can rest all week and come out on the weekends. Lol


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    Haahahah.... I am with you on that. I don't drive my jeep on daily basis anymore. I let my wife drive it to school about 4 mile round trip a day. I love it, save it for the off-road miles



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    Well my Rubicon electronic sway bar motor killed my battery twice and caught on fire. Evo no limits will be here Monday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clowe View Post
    Well my Rubicon electronic sway bar motor killed my battery twice and caught on fire. Evo no limits will be here Monday.
    What dude? Like a blaze or it shorted out & smoked?


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    CEL light P0830, clutch relay switch circuit. Reading up I didn't find much info but it could be caused by me half clutching through a light too long apparently. I reset it with my scanner at the house once I got home and it hasn't lit up again since. Hopefully it was a one time thing. throw out bearing felt fine, that was the other thing it could have been but no pressure or squeeling from the clutch at all. Jeep runs, drives and shifts like butter, I think it was just my fat foot.

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