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Old 10-01-2012, 06:23 AM
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Well, I've been telling others one should always own a Jeep at least once in their life. Decided to follow my own sentiments! Bought a shiny new 2013 Unlimited Sahara. 200 miles on the clock! So far, it is exceeding my expectations in every measure.

Now I need to do some searching. One is if the Jeep can take regular 85 octane gas. This is what the sales person said, but the manual says 87 octane.

And how does one turn on the interior dome light! Was fumbling around in the dark last night far from home, and had no lights to see what the manual said! I should be able to find that today.

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Awesome, good luck! What color? How are you loving it? Did your question get answered? On my ancient 2006, the dome light is controlled from the turn signal lever, by rotating.

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Well, I've been telling others one should always own a Jeep at least once in their life. Decided to follow my own sentiments! Bought a shiny new 2013 Unlimited Sahara. 200 miles on the clock! So far, it is exceeding my expectations in every measure.

Now I need to do some searching. One is if the Jeep can take regular 85 octane gas. This is what the sales person said, but the manual says 87 octane.

And how does one turn on the interior dome light! Was fumbling around in the dark last night far from home, and had no lights to see what the manual said! I should be able to find that today.

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Steve, Welcome Aboard! At higher altitudes, 85 octane works fine in place of 87.

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