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Thread: Anyone have first hand exp. faulty 3.6?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBO-JK View Post
    Mine also threw the misfire code yesterday with 22000 on it, head ordered dealership continues to say it's ok to drive until the head arrives any input ?

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    I had same issue, I drove for 2 weeks on bad head until dealer received my new one. Had no problems other then it ran rough.
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    Re: Anyone have first hand exp. faulty 3.6?

    If it was just around the house wouldn't think anything about it, but I have 900 mile round trip to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBO-JK View Post
    If it was just around the house wouldn't think anything about it, but I have 900 mile round trip to work.

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    I put about 750 miles on before new heads. Dealer told me no problem driving. If that helps I think you will be fine.
    Even though I drive my JEEP through the valley of the ROCKS, I fear no BREAKS, for WAYALIFE is with me; Your JEEP and Your WINCH, they comfort me.

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