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#9320 of 23393 Rubicon Update
Jul 03, 2003 (1:41 pm)
Well found another dealer about 80 miles away an here is what ive got ... 2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Intense blue in color, cloth seats, dual tops, 5 spd manual transmition, I-6 engine, tinted windows, ac, speed control, am/fm cd, 7 speakers, floor mats ... and get this ... out the door for 25,500$
this is the best deal that i have found/heard of so i am going down on saturday to give them my deposit ... let me know what you all think ...
Jul 03, 2003 (1:55 pm)
Sounds like a very good deal. Make sure you carfax it and see how many miles it has, maybe it's a demonstrator vehicle, or was returned as a lemon, who knows
Jul 03, 2003 (2:51 pm)
it has 0 records found so looks good from there ... i will be seeing it this saturday ... hope all is well with it ...
Jul 04, 2003 (8:44 am)
Hi all. Had my jeep for two years now. Enjoy everything about it, but I am just about to my wits end with a squeaky passenger seat. If no one is sitting in it, it squeaks with the least amount of movement, which means all of the time. I've even removed the seat, and lubricated every possible mechanism I can see with white lithium grease to no avail.
All it takes it a finger movement on the top of the seat back front to back to reproduce it, but I cannot find where it is. I think I can rule out the springs, and it does not sound like its coming from the seat back hinges, but rather in the slide/tilt part of the seat, but not sure.
Any else been experienced this? It' so bad that it ruins my Jeep experience, especially with the top on.
#9324 of 23393 95 Clutch bleeder
Jul 06, 2003 (10:02 am)
Where is it? The only manual I have is a 92 Factory Service Manual. The 4 cyl bleeder pictured in there doesn't seem to be on my 95 Wrangler. The clutch won't hold pressure but is not leaking fluid. I'm assuming air in the line.
#9325 of 23393 stop me if you've heard this one....
by steve_ HOST
Jul 06, 2003 (11:09 am)
From today's Anchorage paper (and probably elsewhere):
A man bought his wife a beautiful diamond ring for her birthday.
"I thought she wanted one of those sporty four-wheel-drive vehicles," said his friend.
"She did," he replied. "But where the heck was I gonna find a fake Jeep?"
#9326 of 23393 squeaky seat
Jul 06, 2003 (1:08 pm)
Not the solution you're looking for I'm sure, but have you tried just tumbling it forward? I've not heard of this dilema before.
Jul 06, 2003 (2:28 pm)
Have been out of town for the last three days, and I am just catching up on the posts in here.
I was at Badlands yesterday and had a great time wheelin' there. Badlands is a pay to play off road park in Attica, Indiana. It's an old rock quarry and the surrounding land.
You might be fine with that 2" body lift, Pete. The message board that I was talking about, Jeeps Unlimited, just has lots of posts to the effect that anything over 1" is not a good idea, but you know how it goes on the Internet... you can't believe everything you read.
Those were some great pics you took, but then your pics are ALWAYS nice. Man, you sure live in some beautiful country!
Have you hugged your Jeep today?
Jul 06, 2003 (4:04 pm)
No, I haven't, but will to see if that will at least narrow it down. I think I'm going to see about getting a new tilt/slide mechanism. There must be a part missing on it from the factory.
Jul 07, 2003 (7:13 am)
Where I live, we get fog in the autumn and winter. On my 97 SE, I don't have fog lamps installed, but wanted to add them. Is there a way I can check to see if the wiring is there for me to add them?
I pulled off (okay took off carefully) the center console where the buttons are at the bottom by the ashtry and one of them had wiring behind it, tough I could not press any type of button. Anybody know what that wire would be for? Hopefully for fog lamps.