Jeep has put out a number of videos that go into detail on how to work the audio systems on your Jeep Wrangler JK. They put out videos for the base level media center (130), and the upgraded satellite radio version (the 430). If you aren’t sure how to operate your radio, or would just like to see what these radios are capable of, then check out these videos. I don’t know about you, but I almost always need help setting the clock for the first time 😉
In the third installment of the Rubicon Trail series, Jeep® Jamboree icon Mark Smith shows off his collection of classic Jeep brand vehicles including some amazing Jeeps including an original Bantam prototype and a CJ2A firetruck.
Jill Smith, the CEO of Jeep Jamboree USA talks about growing up on the Rubicon Trail. She relives her earlier Jeep Jamboree memories and talks about the history of the Rubicon Trail – the most well known offroad trail in the world.
Windnoise along left and/or right A-pillar at speeds above 30 kph (20 mph). Sound is a rush/”open” cavity sound, located at the mid to upper A-pillar.
The customer may notice a water leak at the top of either left or right A-Pillar. The source of the water leak may be the adhesive used to retain the outer ends of the windshield header seal to the top of the windshield frame. The adhesive may degrade over time and
loose its capability to adhere to surfaces.
The vehicle operator may experience an illumination of the Electronic Stability Program (ESP) lamp on the vehicle instrument cluster. The ESP lamp illumination may be due to the following Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC’s):
C121A – Steering Angle Sensor Not Initialized
C2205 – Steering Angle Sensor Internal
This condition, and DTC’s, may be intermittent. If the above DTC’s occur during a drive cycle, then the ESP lamp will remain illuminated until the end of that drive cycle (key off).
The customer may experience difficulty when attempting to lower/remove the 4 door soft top. The customer may not be able to easily release/remove the soft top plastic edge retainers at the rail on top of the door frame in the immediate area of the B-Pillar.
Chrysler Group vehicle fluid systems do NOT require regular flushing. These systems include: engine oil, transmission oil, axle lube, brake fluid, power steering fluid, and refrigerant. The only exception to this requirement are published in the vehicle maintenance schedules, e.g. engine coolant.
This bulletin involves diagnosing the clutch throw-out bearing for an incorrect pre-load condition and making the appropriate repairs.
NOTE: This bulletin applies to vehicles equipped with a NSG370 manual transmission (sales code DEH).
Finding the perfect size tires for your Jeep Wrangler JK can seem difficult, since you don’t want to buy tires that won’t fit, and you don’t get a chance to see if they fit until you’ve bought them. Luckily Jeep JK.com is here to help you in your selection of rubber. We’ll let you know what fits and what won’t, then it’s up to you to decide on the manufacturer and model of tire that you’d like.