|06-13-2013 10:57 PM|
Follow the link above to download a copy of the owner's manual. Also, there is information on the CD protector on how to order a hard copy from Jeep.
Enjoy the reading...
|06-13-2013 10:42 PM|
|06-13-2013 02:36 PM|
|tae73||No problem with Napa gold aka wix filter.|
|06-13-2013 02:28 PM|
Wix with no issues.
|06-13-2013 02:21 PM|
|DFW6ER||Aftermarket oil filters for the 3.6 made by the regular crowd of oil filter manufacturers meet and/or exceed manufacturer's specs. I've had no problem running a Wix filter on mine.|
|06-13-2013 02:13 PM|
Be careful with the filter make. My first oil change on my 2012 was done by my mechanic, not at the dealership. After a week the CEL came on, went to the dealership, they ran the codes and said it needed a new oil pump. Did some reading and found out that if you don't use the factory filter this will happen. Had my mechanic put a factory filter on and all now OK. Apparently aftermarket filters don't allow the correct volume of flow and will throw errors. For my next oil change I went to the dealer. Picked up my Jeep, went home, put her to bed for the night. When I went to get in my Jeep the next morning there was oil on my garage floor. Popped the hood there was oil every where, top of the motor, underside of the hood, running down the motor, firewall, on my flares, and all down the undercarriage. Turns out he did use the correct filter, he just neglected to tighten it. I was very animated when I went back, even more so when they told me the "technician thought he had cleaned it up sufficiently". Remember the Exorcist where Linda Blair's head spins completely around? Mine only went part way. Whats a guy to do?
|06-13-2013 12:24 PM|
|06-13-2013 12:01 PM|
YouTube vid from Teraflex, 2012:
TeraFlex Training: 2012 JK Jeep Oil Change - YouTube
|06-12-2013 08:24 PM|
|chickenman||here i was crawling around all underneath and it's on top!! damn thanks how come thats not on the CD owners manuel?|
|06-12-2013 01:14 AM|
|06-11-2013 11:15 PM|
|Barmanvarn||First time I went to the auto parts store and they handed me my new filter I was like "WTF is this?" LOL|
|06-11-2013 10:49 PM|
|wassup8687||Changing the oil on the 3.6 is by far the easiest I've ever done.|
|06-11-2013 10:04 PM|
|Ex Umbris Currus||Pop off the cover on the engine (it just pulls off) and you'll see this 15/16" nut. That is where your cartridge filter goes. Yes the doors are removable, you just disconnect the wires.|
|06-11-2013 09:59 PM|
If you have the 3.6 it's right on top of the engine near the front. It's not a metal canister like you may think, it's a paper element that drops into a cup. Look for a black plastic cap about 2" in dia. Remove the cap and there's the filter. Super easy and no mess. Don't over-tighten the cap when you put it back on.
As for the doors follow the wire harness under the dash. There is a connector there that you can disconnect and your good to go.
|06-11-2013 09:37 PM|
OK I'm old and my pidgens don't fly like they used to but, where the heck is my oil filter? 2012 wrangler sport just hit 1300 miles can't find it. Also can i remove the doors? Looks like there is a wire going into it.