It's a Jeep, not a car.
And the manual is in a super-secret hole at the very top of the glovebox. No one ever finds it on their own.
No, Simsbury is near Hartford (about 20 mins northwest). The bridge in the pic above crosses the Farmington River, which is a branch of the...
Yep, and he was born in Simsbury. We're a bit proud of him.
I grew up in Simsbury, CT, the home of the Gifford Pinchot Sycamore. That thing is HUGE.
Pic from 2015 (Wikipedia photo):
Oh, he’ll pay for it, one way or the other...
As soon as the good carwash place just south of us opens back up, they’ll detail the Jeep for me.
You're just making me happier and happier...though I did already know that. I have a new can of electrical contact cleaner and a new tube of...
Thanks, sota - I know and that is my plan for the weekend, which is supposed to be sunny and pleasant. It's freaking raining again here.
You have no idea how tempted I was, but he and the motorcycle were in the yard...
Then I won't extend my anger to you ;)
So my husband drove mine to the grocery store early Saturday morning. When he got home, he left the windows open, then spent the rest of the day...
Yeah, 'cause that's a vehicle that hasn't been seen running on the road in like 3 decades :eek:
Either the gasket has gone bad or you have a leak in the line to/from the tank - either fill or vent.
No leaks whatsoever.
I think so. I use the ultra black, but I think it's essentially the same. No, as long as you're above freezing you're probably fine.
No, fill by...
I bought a set of Mopar lines on eBay and installed them in my driveway. I needed a pan drop and filter change anyway.
Pan drop and fluid and filter change.
Changed the oil, vacuumed out the interior. Too nice of a day to sit inside.
That makes me happy I replaced the OEM lugnuts when doing the brakes a couple months ago....yikes.
^^^^ yep, those.
This is what I did a little while ago. Wasn't difficult, didn't require a lot of tools, just took time and patience (and cussing in lieu of...
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