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Old 07-06-2011, 12:20 PM   #1
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If so, where is it, and how difficult to change?

Oh, XJ is what I'm asking about
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Steering stabilizers will not cure or cause death wobble, they only mask the real problem that is causing death wobble. Oil pumps do not make pressure, they create flow. Bearing clearence and restrictions make pressure. It's the crank sensor.
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Which, I mean, isn't that hilarious? A vehicle meant to be used offroad, with no cabin air filter? But I drive with my doors off or my windows down and dirt leaks in through the rust holes, anyway, so I guess if I'd wanted something airtight I'd have purchased something very different.
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If you feel the need to filter the air that enters the vehicle, then you should stay in your bubble and stay out of the wilderness. Learn to live with pulling dirt clods out of your nose on an hourly basis.
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If you feel the need to filter the air that enters the vehicle, then you should stay in your bubble and stay out of the wilderness. Learn to live with pulling dirt clods out of your nose on an hourly basis.
A bit harsh, don't you agree? It was a simple question. Maybe a family member has respiratory issues and it's a DD which would make his question very important.....
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OFFERED AS AN OPTION ON THE O2 XJ ONLY IN CALIFORNIA!!!
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A bit harsh, don't you agree? It was a simple question. Maybe a family member has respiratory issues and it's a DD which would make his question very important.....
It was a joke, jeez.
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A bit harsh, don't you agree? It was a simple question. Maybe a family member has respiratory issues and it's a DD which would make his question very important.....
Thoughtful and appropriate. I enjoyed reading it.
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Did Many cars have Cabin filters before 2001?
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Welcome to the forum & dont be afraid to ask ?s we do get knowledge from all kinds of sources dont we?

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If you feel the need to filter the air that enters the vehicle, then you should stay in your bubble and stay out of the wilderness. Learn to live with pulling dirt clods out of your nose on an hourly basis.
This is obvious tongue-in-cheek sarcasm, and at its finest. Anyone who took this seriously needs an adjustment to that stick up their 8.25.
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This is obvious tongue-in-cheek sarcasm, and at its finest. Anyone who took this seriously needs an adjustment to that stick up their 8.25.
Hi Big. I checked out some of the threads you started. Using your logic it would be quite easy to shred you for the questions you posed: Like hey...I can't find my Jeep on Rock Auto! What's up????

The thing I like about this forum is that MOST get along without the empty headed "pile on the easy target" BS.

It is really nice to ask a question and get a civil answer. GET IT?

By the way...isn't this the OEM UNMODIFIED Cherokee Tech??? I believe it is generally accepted the factory didn't put out a tube door 38 inch tire model. And who said everyone that drives an XJ goes to the "wilderness". So what's next then: You start shredding the guy that has an AC question?

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