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Old 02-22-2012, 10:26 PM
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Default Anyone else have something non related brake every time they fix something else?

Maybe I just have luck, but on top of the expected casualties (brake lines snap doing hoses ), every time I touch any thing something else stops working. Replace a shock, test drive and brake lights out. Change oil, radio stops working, just did ball joints and now have a headlight out. Think my Jeep hates me....
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Old 02-22-2012, 10:34 PM
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its okay mine does that too
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Old 02-22-2012, 10:48 PM
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I thought it was mandatory...
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Its just a rule. I found that if you find something that needs fix but you can manage without fixing it... It stop the cycle.
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If it ain't broke, fix it til it is.
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Um... welcome to Jeep ownership. My sig says it all
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murphy's law of jeep ownership
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Maybe somebodies watching out for you. Like, if you weren't busy fixing your Jeep you were about to get hit by a bus or something.
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i figured it out if you upgrade some thing every week she wont break
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Mine works from vehicle to vehicle. Just when ones done, one of the others break. Thats why one sits alot of the time.
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just making sure it wasn't just me, HAHA! still sucks ... wah wah'
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Originally Posted by masteroak View Post
murphy's law of jeep ownership
--x2--but murphy's law for gearheads period.


like ehracing-stated --oops!
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Old 02-23-2012, 07:43 PM
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Lol Sometimes I believe my Jeep just doesnt like being in working order. I fixed my turn signal switch and my wheel rear wheel cylinders go out. I replaced those and a fuel injector started failing. When I fixed that my radiator mysteriously busted going down the road... that one still confuses me. I fixed that and crank sensor went out... My '95 is now sitting until I can go over it with a fine toothed comb... Sometimes I wonder if it would have been better using hand signals then fixing the switch... Good news? As long as things bring and I fix them before long the Jeep will pretty much be completely refurbished...
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The above mentioned posts are a fine selection of putting in words what Jeep ownership actually means, lol. And we're all part of it.
Its a relationship that needs continuous maintenance, reflection...love and hate make it work . And every now and then, the Jeep works. And when that happens, you're driving around with an inner smile.
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I have nothing to add to this, except that it makes me feel so much better about my own situation... We are not alone! LOL
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