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Old 05-31-2014, 10:36 PM   #16
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it was 12 to 15 inches just enough for that hole in the bumper to cough water up the face of the radiator and straight up into the Ram Air Intake..
which is located in the nose.. have you even looked at what im talking about on the 2.4 multiair tigershark? i suggest you do.. If you are a jeeper, you will see clearly.. if not.. cant help ya.. buy it and go have fun in a remote area where no signal is.. alone.. in bear country.. with honey smeared on your body..
only error this driver made was trading my 08 jk in on it.. thats wurd..
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Old 05-31-2014, 11:18 PM   #17
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it was 12 to 15 inches just enough for that hole in the bumper to cough water up the face of the radiator and straight up into the Ram Air Intake..
which is located in the nose.. have you even looked at what im talking about on the 2.4 multiair tigershark? i suggest you do.. If you are a jeeper, you will see clearly.. if not.. cant help ya.. buy it and go have fun in a remote area where no signal is.. alone.. in bear country.. with honey smeared on your body..
Did you walk out into the creek with a measuring tape after this happened?
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I've searched every term I can regarding this issue with 2014 Cherokee KLs on the interwebs, and this seems to be the ONLY issue ever reported about this. Come clean. Water was deeper and you went faster, right?
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with honey smeared on your body.
Not sure how that would help it cross a creek, that would just make a sticky mess. Then there would be ant in my pants.
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What's interesting about that link?

Nothing there about KLs ingesting water..........
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What's interesting about that link?

Nothing there about KLs ingesting water..........
its everything else, silly.. different post... pay attention
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its everything else, silly.. different post... pay attention
Not that much stuff anyway, and NOTHING about ingesting water.
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I've searched every term I can regarding this issue with 2014 Cherokee KLs on the interwebs, and this seems to be the ONLY issue ever reported about this. Come clean. Water was deeper and you went faster, right?
get 1, drive it like you would your current jeep. no worries right.. go far out into the middle of nowhere have some fun in it.. youll be fine.. i swear..
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Did you walk out into the creek with a measuring tape after this happened?
12 to 15 inches.. 45 yards across .. and no.. it was a measuring stick..
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So why have you yet to provide any pictures of this?
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Or why hasn't this been reported in the link above in Post 20?

Seems like you're trying to get this message to the wrong folks.

I'm gonna start carrying tape measures with me when I do water crossings now.
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Or why hasn't this been reported in the link above in Post 20?

Seems like you're trying to get this message to the wrong folks.

I'm gonna start carrying tape measures with me when I do water crossings now.

ive already got my message to those that matter, and its being taken care of..
just trying to save yall some time and money and a wtf moment on consumer end..
add salt for your own taste if you like. take my word or leave it..
but dont leave the measuring stick.
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Just couldn't help myself

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Just couldn't help myself

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You may be on to something.

Perhaps he/she has issues there and that's why we have all drama and no facts. Just "believe me".......
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