|05-05-2007 06:06 AM|
|Micknber||If the Jeep is clean, it doesn't look mean...hahahahahha|
|05-05-2007 06:02 AM|
|4Jeepn||glad I could help... and yes its been a while since i um clean the engine bay... hm.. guess I will add that to my growing list of things to one day do...|
|05-04-2007 10:38 PM|
|Micknber||4Jeepn your pic was great....and the good news is it's been done on our Jeep. Thanks heaps for that. You have yourself a great day!|
|05-04-2007 10:32 PM|
|Micknber||Thanks 4Jeepn for the pics. Also, a couple of days ago here is Oz, some guy's Jeep caught on fire as he was driving along. I didn't catch the news or the follow-up investigation on the news but someone told me it was fuel fumes in the dash that ignited something and that it could be a fault in Wranglers and other Jeeps. Will have to keep an eye on that one...sounds like a newie.|
|05-04-2007 02:15 PM|
|kg4kpg||I have a 2K and didn't know about that one. hmmm|
|05-04-2007 02:11 PM|
Looks like tin foil....
|05-04-2007 01:53 PM|
|save_alkaline||i did not know about that. i'm interested to see this as well.|
|05-04-2007 07:08 AM|
2000 Wrangler Recall - Engine Fire
As you all probably know, this model had a recall for this problem. I only found out today. Seems that debris collects around the number three cylinder raising the possibility of a fire. Apparently this was rectified by installing a manifold shield to modify the airflow and prevent debris building up. There is a small plate around that area on our engine but it's a second hand car and we don't know its history. Just wondering if anyone out there with the same model knows for sure that the shield has been installed on their jeep and can send me a photo so I can see if it's the same as ours so I'll know for sure the problem has been rectified in the past.
Cheers from Aussieland!