What did you do to your jeep today?

TheQ

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This should be a great thread that we can keep going. That way we can all keep up with the small day to day tinkering and give some ideas to those looking to do something! Pics are strongly encouraged!!! (Cheers)
 

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I guess I could have started this off!! I put these stickers on a few weeks ago!!! I would post them but it exceeds the max...Ill figure out a way...
 

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Bought a blower motor resistor...hopefully changing it out soon if the weather warms up a bit
 

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I flushed out my power steering fluid for new, washed out the engine bay, and filled up the gas tank.
 

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New filter for the cai. Also got an air Freshener. All in all 45 bhp was added today.

sent using the dark side of the force
 

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Gas, and some Lucas Injector Cleaner in the tank.

Let me know if your gas mileage stays consistent after that. I'm sorta skeptical about it. Probably just my imagination though.

oh yesterday, got smart and used existing wire to connect my new speaker wire to driver door speaker. Now I'm almost done with the sound system. Wires ran, just need to install my last Alpine in the door and then the component tweets. ...tinnitus is my next issue.
 
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Here's what I found on google for IL.

“This is a great opportunity for older drivers to update their medical information and have a voice in their emergency treatment in the event of an accident,” said John K. Holton, Ph.D., director of the Illinois Department on Aging. “The Yellow Dot program will serve as a lifeline to alert first responders of crucial medical information which can help the victims who may be unable to communicate at the crash site or may have forgotten to share the information.” Yellow Dot participants are supplied with a simple, bright yellow decal for their car and a corresponding yellow folder. The decal is placed in a conspicuous and consistent place – in the lower left-hand corner of the rear window, driver’s side. The yellow dot signifies there is a folder in the glove compartment containing the following medical information about the motorists: participant’s name, close-up photo, emergency contact information, patient’s physician information, medical conditions, recent surgeries, allergies and a list of current medications. Having access to this information allows first responders to make important decisions regarding emergency treatment and can better prepare emergency hospital staff in the receiving room.

EDIT: Replied to wrong thread. http://www.jeepkj.com/forum/showthread.php?t=50786
 
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