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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
change all fluids in front and rear diff axles as well as transfer case if its 4x4 also belt change brake check and I have great luck using LUCAS fluids for increasing life of all engine and trans components, can be found at local parts store they work very well if you take care of this jeep it will last for a very long time
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
Shifted steel belt in tire? OR- center drag link? or tire rod end?ball joint? Pittman arm? solution take it in for a estimate to see your nature of the problem unless you can check all the above your self? hope this helped you out John
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: Loss of oil over time
Have you tried running conventional oil and see how much it burns? If it is truely burning that much oil, you have a problem with the rings not seating, or PCV system sucking in too much oil. If it doesn't burn that much with conventional oil, I would stick with that. If it does, you have a bad motor issue.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
I've never seen an oil pressure sensor that costs $750...Likely something else was done to justify that cost. If the light has not come on since the repair, I'd assume that problem has been corrected. If not, have the thing checked out again. If they charged you to repair it, then it should be fixed or, it's their problem!!! You should not be afraid to drive your vehicle. It's a machine, therefore it can and will break sometimes as do all cars. But being afraid to use it is not a solution.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
You always check transmission fluid with it running and in park,If your dip stick has a place on it for cold use it cold,Other wise it should be on the full mark,you might want to look under your jeep for any new leaks!
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks alot, thats what I thought, no leaks that I can see, I guess they didn't fill it all the way back up"
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