|10-28-2012 07:35 PM|
thx everyone. doing lots of surfing via google and this forum. Found the Service manuals on ebay, but they were going for over 135$ for those.
I am finding lots of good stuff out here. Hope everyone is safe on the East Coast due to this upcoming storm!!
|10-28-2012 07:02 PM|
|free78||This forum, jeep book from your local parts store Haynes/Chilton book, you can download or buy a year specific jeep repair book, you can get a build sheet on your jeep using your vin at jeepslimited.com. Lots of info out there on the net. Find a local club if there is one and you can learn a lot.|
|10-28-2012 06:49 PM|
If you are new to wheeling, they do an official ride where new wheelers are guided through the trails and learn the basics.
Maryland Jeep Club • Index page
|10-28-2012 06:46 PM|
|jp2611||welcome to the Forum!!!! Always keep in mind that like a lot of things in life the first or most popular answer is not the only and may not be the best......however for the most part there is a LOT of good info on this site!!|
|10-28-2012 06:43 PM|
|Full Spool||Join a 4x4 club locally. They will guide you straight grasshopper.|
|10-28-2012 06:30 PM|
|rs90808||I think that just being a part of this forum and browsing around as mush as most of us do will fill your brain with great amounts of Jeep knowledge and ideas.|
|10-28-2012 06:22 PM|
So new and clueless its ridiculous
Ok, so I am so new to Jeeps and anything mechanical, it is ridiculous. I work in an office all day and all my life. Growing up, when I asked my dad how to do something, he would always say "look someone up in the yellow pages." sorry younger generations, we did not always have the internet!!
I am starting fresh, want to learn about my '03 Jeep. Looking for a book or where to start to begin from the beginning. I obviously can't go and work in a shop, but want to learn how it works and how to keep it running.
Any books that helped or did you just fix problems as the showed up.