|06-18-2012 09:11 PM|
|06-17-2012 11:41 AM|
i learned this when i flooded out my 4runner leaving the window down...take newspaper and lay it out...it will absorb all the nasty smell and any moisture left over...
|06-16-2012 07:53 PM|
|TJNewbie||We just had 5 straight days of thunderstorms, and some how some water got into my tail gate area and the foot well of the back seat area (found a missing floor plug)- that soaked the carpets. they smelled pretty rank after a day in the heat with the windows up. So I pulled them all out. they have since dried out. they look and smell ok, but I'm thinking of leaving them out, for a while and see how much easier clean up is after some light muddin'.|
|03-12-2012 08:17 PM|
|golferguy111||How about the carpet? Is it relatively water resistant?|
|03-03-2012 10:00 AM|
Don't hose the dash or steering wheel. The radio and clockspring will be the weak points. A little water won't hurt, but soaking them just isn't good at all. Getting caught in the rain occasionally should be ok, depending on which direction the wind is blowing. If the radio gets wet, don't turn it on until it is fully dry, which may take a few days depending on conditions.
As a side note, I should say that if you are like most of us you will find that it doesn't take too many trips mudding doorless to determine that the clean up is not worth it.... When you spend more time cleaning up and waiting for seats to dry than you do actually wheeling it kinda looses it's appeal...
|03-02-2012 11:26 PM|
I just got an 08 jk Sahara 2 dr, and I was wondering just how weatherproof the interior is. Mine has the nav system, and I was wondering if it is safe to hose down the interior after a day in the mud w/o doors. I just want to make sure that I don't destroy the electronics by getting them wet. Consequently, should I start carrying an emergency cover for the days where i don't have the hardtop on and I get an unexpected shower.
Thanks for y'all's help