Question about 2000 Jeep Wrangler
I'm in the process of getting my 2000 Jeep Wrangler in spected.. the engine light of course is on but I have someone working on the codes to see what I need fixed but my question is awhile back I had a mechanic change the brakes on my Jeep and he told me my "U-joints?" are not connected.. (the joints at the bottom of the Jeep to help not make my Jeep roll over) I want to know if I do not get my "joints" connected... will it still pass NYS inspection? Does it matter?
Yes it matters to the inspector, if it's standers part or after market part that was added and not functioning. They can fail it, I had Off road light's on my truck and one did not work but it was illegal to use them on the road i still failed my inspection till i replaced the bulb.
I ended removing the light, didn't feel like driving off to replace the bulb and come back to get it inspected again.
Good luck and hope this helps, guess it depends on how strick the inspector is.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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