|07-04-2011 05:03 PM|
|dale 3||WELCOME!! Good luck with the new toy!!|
|07-04-2011 03:09 PM|
|Ageless Stranger||Welcome to the forum.|
|07-03-2011 11:06 AM|
|07-03-2011 10:01 AM|
oh yea, Rhino line the floor while the carpet is out lol. then you never have to worry about rust.
|07-03-2011 09:54 AM|
Welcome to the forum! Pull the drain plugs and park it in the sun. You should probably take out the carpet too.
I was going to ask if you lived near D.C. as I live in NoVa and that same storm woke me up last night lol. Hope it works out!
|07-03-2011 09:48 AM|
Welcome to the Forum
Happened to me about 2 weeks ago. 3"s of standing water in the floor wells. Two days in the sun and everything is fine. You might consider a trail cover if you are going to be leaving it out topless though. I have one and love it. I use it every night to make sure that my jeep stays dry and critter free. Unfortunately the cover was at home and I wasn't when Mother Nature extracted her revenge on my gas guzzling baby.
|07-03-2011 09:07 AM|
|07-03-2011 06:47 AM|
|07-03-2011 06:21 AM|
Please Help! Wrangler Rookie w/ soaking wet Jeep
OK, so I know this had to happen eventually, and this morning at 4am my two month old Jeep was caught in a torrential downpour... UGH. I ran outside in my underwear and hopped in the back seat and threw the top up (it's a 4-door so a bit hard to put the top up by myself, especially in the pouring rain). I buttoned it all up, and there is about 2'' of water on the floor. I plan to take out the plugs and let it drain in the morning and need help on a few things:
1) Are the gauges, stereo, gears, etc. going to OK?
2) The rain was pretty intense, do you think an extremely hot day here in DC will dry it all out tomorrow?
3) UGH!!! I can't believe I made such a rookie mistake!!
...and to top it all off, it stopped raining once i put the top back on.