Ordered brake stuff for the Wrangler. Below is the info on the rear axle so I don’t forget (again).
Car manufacture date: 1999
Mark of the vehicle: Ford
Auto model: Explorer
Car type: SPORT UTILITY 2-DR
Vehicle motor: 4.0L V6 SOHC 16V
Made in: UNITED STATES
Trim of car: Sport 4WD
Number of identification: B76957
Shift type: 5-Speed Automatic | 5-Speed Manual
Popping sound coming from the rear during hard acceleration in 4×4.
Heater fan needs replaced.
Resistor network for fan controls needs replaced.
Left turn signal doesn’t work, probably in the stalk.
My Titanium Slingshot should be delivered this PM.
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NOTE: This information is dated 12/09/2014 and may become obsolete in the future
I’ve been researching the legality of strobe brake lights (sometimes referred to as wig-wags). I contacted the Polk County Sheriff Department to ask and they provided the Iowa Code below. I have highlighted the section of interest. It’s ambiguous at best, but it looks like they are legal by the “letter of the law”. I’ve contacted an attorney but have not heard back. Emphasis mine.
Of particular note is the “prohibited except” and the “intent to stop” language.
Factory Build Sheet (from Jeep.com):
Vehicle Description JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO 4X4 SPORT UTILITY 4-DR
Model Year 2004
Body Model WJ J H 74
Color PBQ Steel Blue Pearl Coat
Engine EVA 4.7L V8 Power Tech Engine
Transmission DGQ 5-Spd Automatic 545RFE Transmission
Just picked up an ’04 JGC.
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Vette is currently at Bondurant Auto Body.
First pic is during damage exploration a couple weeks after purchase. Hood was deemed unserviceable and bumpers remove to view underneath.
Second pic is how it stood before delivering to the body shop last week.
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new top – zip out windows, door windows – 4/30 new top ordered w/out door windows
front fenders – will need marker/ light turn signal relocation
rear armor coating flaking & rusting
fuel tank strap/cover needs inspected for rust
drivers door latch not working from outside
exhaust rattle has gotten worse
drivers door – lock only works with key, speaker not working
rubbing sound in steering column (intermittant)
catch in steering when cold, first thing in the morning
oil change (think it was last done at 143k )
tire rotation – check tire pressures, tread depth/wear
check alignment parts for “tweaked” – see the alignment report from CarX
get est from Todd for rust spots
I wanted to contact you and say I am far from happy about the quality of the fiberglass parts I received, order # 11184560. Specifically with the front and rear bumper (Part # 33662 and 10341 respectively).
While I expected some fitment issues since this is a 30+ year old car, I did NOT expect the multiple thin spots and bubbles just under the gel coat. This has lead to extensive body work on, what should have been, install and go parts.
Here, we have an area that was less than a 1/16th of an inch thick. An area right next to the mounting surface.