Shock, we do not have strutsDoes anyone know if you can use the Bilstein adjustable strut for an 06 Liberty. I’m not wanting to lift my Jeep anymore with it, I just personally don’t like the yellow ome/bilstein.
Hi Tom, my Jeep has come along way and I'm chuffed with the results, what I'm having trouble with is finding a programmer or powerchip etc. For a 2003 3.7 with 42 rle trans. Do you know of anything or anyway to address timing advance shift points etc.
They can and do change shift point s BUT theyare worthless from thereJet makes a piggyback tuner for the 3.7, it's not terribly expensive, and comes either as a Stage 1 or 2. I have stage 1 installed for the last 2 years and not only are the shift points better but low end torque and midrange feel stronger. MPG pretty good all things considered. It's not nearly as good as a CPU tune but nor is it as expensive or invasive - even those are marginally beneficial for anything naturally aspirated. Looks like Tom thinks they're junk but I've been tweaking cars for 25 years and don't invest in junk. So YMMV.
OEMs are way too short use the ones you bought, geeezzzI too bought the 24-185660s for the rear and the shop doing the install said they were "too skinny". I have them putting the originals back in (they tried to sell me another brand I did not remotely recognize).
I read in another thread that different sleeve/bushing was required for the 24-185660 in a Liberty
Seems like that would be a common sense issue to any shop that says they know how to install a lift kitThe Bilsteins shock bushing ends are a little too narrow for the mount points on the rear of my KK, so the installer used a couple of fender washers, one on each side of the bushing, to make it work. 140,000 miles later, no issues. Those Bilsteins are still going strong too.