|11-25-2008 06:56 AM|
Step one --- remove the bolts
Step two --- drain the oil
Step three --- reinstall the lower bolt
Step four --- add gear oil through top hole until it spills out
Step five --- reinstall top bolt
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Are there sensors on your new wheels? No sensors, no signals...
Did you keep your old wheels? You can have the sensors transferred to them.
|11-24-2008 09:07 PM|
|11-24-2008 07:11 PM|
If the wheels are from a different JK the computer may not be recognizing the signal from the tire sensors. The dealer should be able to flash the computer to resolve it if that's the problem.
Not sure I understand what you're saying about the front differential, what's it doing?
|11-24-2008 03:33 PM|
and now i call again to another one and they tell me that teyll look into it tomorrow, and then i tell them that tire pressure signal is on because i put the other original wheels from jeep and their answer is that they cannot do anything that always i will have the singla...... i do not belevi that because is a standarn on wrangler, mabe anone knows somthing?..
|11-24-2008 03:10 PM|
Differential Problem In New Jeep!
so ive been in 4 service centers of jeep and there not shure what happens but in 3 they told me they dident know and in one they told me that somthing is happening in the differendial (front one).
after a long thred of my tires over here in this forum, well i buy the original 17" wheels of rubicon. and now i dont know where to go or whoo can helm me?? has anyone had this problem before at 2200 miles new car.
aybe someone can give me instructions on changing the diff oil????
hope someone can help.....