|02-19-2012 06:58 PM|
|dgz69er||The dealer I bought it from (not a jeep dealer) offered a 2 month warranty on the jeep. They also guaranteed me it had been through their xxx point inspection. So since that is the case. I will hold them up to the warranty they offered or show them the paperwork involving how it passed their dealership and state inspection.|
|02-19-2012 01:08 PM|
|02-19-2012 11:34 AM|
|dgz69er||That's the plan on the warranty. I just don't want to go in there and look like an idiot. Also any thoughts on the fog lights|
|02-19-2012 12:32 AM|
|CoyoteOn2||You have a Warranty ~~~ use it.|
|02-18-2012 11:40 PM|
No, it doesn't sound normal. You should probably have it checked out.
Thank You Sherpa, you saved me a lot of typing
|02-18-2012 11:39 PM|
When you are in 4WD, the transfer case locks your front and rear output shafts together. This means that the front tires and the rear tires are forced to turn at the same speed. When you panic brake on snow/ice, your front brakes cause the front wheels to lock up... and since the transfer case is engaged, this will cause your rear tires to lock up as well. In 4WD, you cannot lock both front wheels and simultaneously allow the rear wheels to turn.
I'd guess your rear brakes need to be adjusted. The good news is that this is a very simple procedure for any knowledgeable mechanic. All he'll need to do is lift the rear end off the ground and insert a screwdriver into the adjustment hole on the inside of each rear drum.
|02-18-2012 11:17 PM|
|dgz69er||I have not tried the emergency brake. I'm not very mechanically inclined so I do not know how to adjust the brakes. I do have a warranty on the car. Should I just take it in. Or is this normal. I don't imagine it is|
|02-18-2012 11:11 PM|
Does the emergency brake seem to work when you apply it?
Have you tried adjusting the brakes?
|02-18-2012 09:48 PM|
Rear brakes and fog lights
I have two questions about my 2001 jeep wrangler Sahara edition. I recently acquired this jeep.
1st. My rear brakes dont appear to work in 2wd. I did a test stop on snow and there was no skid from the rear brakes. However in 4wd they work perfectly. This makes my jeep highly unstable in 2wd when I try to stop in 2wd on both ice and even when I have to stop suddenly on dry roads. The brake thing does not make any sense to me. If someone could please tell me what is going on I would appreciate it. Do I need to have this fixed?
My fog lights are very dim. Do I need to replace the bulb or the light. If I need to replace the bulb where. An I find them?
Yes I am a jeep newb.
All answers are appreciated.