|Today 10:57 AM|
|Today 10:53 AM|
|Today 09:38 AM|
Just a question because of all the knowledge in this thread.
Has anyone ever gotten a rumbling sound behind their dash when their radio is on? It seems to only really happen when the song has some bass really coming in. And when I turn down my bass ( which is only about 2/3 of the way up to begin with) it doesn't really happen. This started happening this week.
Any feedback or ideas are appreciated. Also I have the stock system in their if that makes a difference.
|Today 06:16 AM|
Here's what I found. I haven't tried any of this yet. Copied from another site.
Turn seatbelt chime OFF COMPLETELY!!!
1. turn the ignition switch to the OFF position, and buckle your seat belt while sitting in the drivers seat.
2. turn the ignition key to the ACCESSORY/RUN position (engine does not need to be running), and wait for the seat belt warning light to turn off.
3. unbuckle and then re-buckle your seat belt at least three times within 10 seconds, ending with theseat belt buckled. then start the jeep.
4. turn the ignition key to the OFF position. A single chime will sound to signify that you have successfully completed the programming.
Next time you start the jeep, you’ll hear the initial fasten seat belt chimes, but the continuous chiming reminder will be turned off. the light in the dash will remain on, though.
Turn ESP OFF COMPLETELY
1. Turn jeep on
2. Set to 4hi
3. Set parking brake
4. Make sure steering wheel is centered
5. Turn wheel to the right, 180 degrees, JEEP logo should be upside down at this point - hold ESP off button for 7 seconds, you may hear a chime at 5 seconds(and ESP OFF may show up on the speedo), but keep holding for 7 seconds!!!!
6. Turn wheel back to center then left 180 degrees, JEEP logo should be upside down at this point - hold ESP off button for 7 seconds, again, hold for 7 seconds!!!
7. Turn back to center, and hold ESP for 7 seconds.
8. Turn Jeep off
Autolock Doors At 15 MPH
1. Open the driver door, sit in the driver seat, and close the driver door.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the RUN position (without starting the vehicle) and then back to OFF. Repeat this step three additional times (for a total of four key ON/OFF cycles).
3. Within 10 seconds of switching the ignition switch to the OFF position for the last time (at the end of the fourth cycle in the above step), press the driver interior door lock switch to LOCK.
4. A single chime will be heard to verify that the customer programmable toggle of the rolling door locks was successfully completed.
Steps 2 and 3 must be completed within 10 seconds.
NOTE: When toggling the rolling door locks (customer programmable), the toggle that happens will be from the last state of the rolling door locks. If the rolling door locks were enabled, after the toggle process, they will now be disabled and vice versa. There is no telltale to inform you of which state the rolling door locks are in.
|Today 06:09 AM|
I still want 2 keep all other functions of the chime, lights and keys etc.
|Yesterday 10:22 PM|
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|04-14-2014 05:41 PM|
|04-14-2014 05:32 PM|
|cajunhillbilly||Not necessary a fun mod but it is cheap. I don't like the seat belt chime. I always wear my seat belt when driving, but around my property or going yard sailing it can be a nusense. I didn't want to twist a screwdriver around in the chime like I used to do to them before computers. Went to a junkyard, got one out of a mini-van that fit. Tied it to the brake. The guy just gave it to me.|
|04-13-2014 05:29 PM|
|04-13-2014 04:49 PM|
Too many creative mods to list
|04-13-2014 12:32 PM|
|dabolt55||Not really a mod, but more for aesthetics. Got rid of those ugly hood bumpers to a mud tire look...|
|04-12-2014 01:08 PM|
|04-12-2014 09:43 AM|
Comes in a roll of about 16 feet which turned out to be just enough for one long one down each side and one in the front and back.
I wired them through a relay into a SPDT switch from OTRATTW and made one throw for on and the other to come on when the doors open as courtesy lights.
Stole the idea from a guy on the grand Cherokee forum. Heres the link to his write up.
If you have any questions let me know
|04-11-2014 11:00 AM|
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|04-10-2014 08:46 PM|
|kdilly||Diy rock lights.... About 40 bucks including wiring|
|04-10-2014 03:49 PM|
|JS1990||Para cord/kayak handle grips. Easy and fun!|
|04-08-2014 11:06 AM|
Something I found with a simple search (jeep foot pegs) that you can buy...^ (should be the last picture)
Lastly (for this post) this is a pretty good write up on how to construct these! (^) Again some PVC pipe would bring the price of the pegs used in this down. Author said around 25 bucks his way and most of that goes for the pegs, a little PVC gets that price to probably be around $10 (which is my goal for when I make these) good luck!
Whatever way you choose be it bike peg or PVC, if you really are afraid of the actual peg your foot will be on moving I'd tighten it will all the force you have but if you are still afraid of it moving I'd imagine you can stuff foam or (fine) wood shavings inside which may prevent the peg from moving because to move it would need to move whatever is stuffed (very tightly) inside. I have no experience nor have I heard of someone doing this but in my head it should help keep everything from moving at all if that becomes a problem for you. (I do not plan on doing this, I plan to just tighten the heck outta the bolds, but in case anyone is really worried about this happening) Just adding to the creativeness and cheapness of this simple mod!
|04-08-2014 09:28 AM|
Foot rest.....fire truck step.....
I'm making a internal plate washer for the inside.
|04-08-2014 08:31 AM|
|The Lucky One||
|04-08-2014 08:30 AM|
|The Lucky One||I have threaded my dogs leash through it's handle and around the roll bar several times that hangs there permanently, but only takes seconds to reinstall if I'm out and about with my dog and need the leash. His harness hooks to it no problem and it keeps him safely in my jeep. I also have the pet net to keep him in the rear and not into my area while I'm driving. I'd trust it with MY life if I had to be strapped in. Cheap, easy, fast, and you probably already have it.|
|04-08-2014 08:28 AM|
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|The Lucky One|
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