Hi everybody, so I have recently bought a 2014 Jeep wrangler. Its the Sport S Package. I haven't done any to yet, it is still stock. I am going to drive it awhile before any major add-ons'. So my question is there anything i need to know about driving, owning, and working with a new jeep. Do you all have any tips.
If this is the wrong place to post this sort of question I apologize in advance
This by a mile and a half. Read the manual front to back then start poking around the forums.
X100! MANY questions are aasked here on the forum that can be answered simply by reading your owners manual from cover to cover. I know it sounds silly and many will argue it is against "Man-code", however there is a wealth of valuable info in there! Not to mention, the next best thing to driving/modding your Wrangler is reading about it!
Welcome to the forum! It's fun here!
2013 Sport in Commando Green
3.73 Gears, A/C, 6-Speed
Welcome....best advice I can give is read and understand your owners Manuel. Then go have fun!
While this holds true for any vehicle, your Jeep is unlike any vehicle you've ever owned. And that's a GOOD thing!
You have to know the rules before you can push them, let alone break them, so learn them...then HAVE FUN!
__________________ Not just an X, a xXx, she's gonna get dirty! '14 JKRX - Granite, 6-speed manual, soft-top, 430N, side air bags, Auto A/C. Mods: JWS8700Evo, Maximus-3 Stinger, Granite painted interior trim, 13" Antenna X, Rampage Locking Hood Latches, MC Grille Guard, Gibson Exhaust.
Congrats on your purchase. I said the same thing you stated " I'm going to drive it awhile before any major add ons. " a few weeks after my purchase, I added rims, after market bumper and winch. Looking at a lift kit today. Welcome to the addiction.
Welcome and congratulations! Driving it stock will give you time to get to know your Wrangler.
And remember no matter what anyone else says, that the single most important piece on or in the Jeep is not big tires or lifts or cool bumpers or funny stickers. It is a single nut - the one behind the steering wheel! Keep that nut well torqued and your Wrangler will serve you well.
Newbies Mandatory First Jeep Mod...
Get it naked, get it dirty and play with it!
2013 JKU Sport (Flame Red) RETIRED
2014 JK Rubicon (Granite)