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Treegator was removed over the winter and when I reinstalled it last weekend I discovered a pin-size hole leaking water pretty fast. I didn't think much of it last fall when I filled it, just assumed the ground was dry and that's how the Treegator worked. I have several to inspect before I reinstall, so hoping I don't find anymore. Terrain is grassy around the area. Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yeah, its your flex pipe, i would recommend just spending the extra money. also, for the guy above me, a u joint is on your drive train, not the exhaust, so dont listen to that, a u joint wont do ****, u need the flex pipe, or if u wanna risk it, just put a straight pipe in there, but the problem with that is the flex prevents ur exhaust from cracking and then falling off...so, in the long run, ull definitely want a flex pipe, so put the extra money into it now, and ull save money in the future
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
SOURCE: How to remove tailgate cover
most car all makes these days use push clips on the hidden panel side or visible screws or smaal cicular covers hidding the screw heads or a combination of clip and screw.pull the panel towards you inspect it has a lip at the window glass then push to the sky,
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited
Hey there Dave,
Had the same thing happen to my Wrangler about three years ago.
It was the weep hole too.
I drained the coolant, dried the weep hole and plugged it with a small amount of that solid epoxy they market to fix holes in gas tanks. I refilled the radiator and the plug held.
It's still holding.
Just an alternative option
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
It may be the gromet for the PCV valve or it could be the spark plug rubber seal located in the valve cover if it is the type of engine that has the wires and spark plugs that go down through the valve cover, if this is the case buy a valve cover gasket with the rubber gromets that are located around the base of the hole where spark plugs fit through and install.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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