In the XK manual there are a bunch of recomended items at certain milage intervals. If you've never had some of those major items done...then DEFINATELY do it. Things like tranny, coolant, front/rear diff, new plugs...etc. If none of those have been done in the past..or only once, then at your milage you should probably do them all. Even space them out over 3-6 months so the $$ bite isn't so bad.
Why would you post that? The guy is looking for some input, if you don't have something positive to say other than to tell someone if and when they should ask a question on this forum, why say anything at all..
ole blue, I would start with all the fluids, tranny and both filters mopar atf+4, coolant zerex g-05 or dealer stuff, front and rear diff 75w140 gear oil, transfer case dealer nv240 oil,spark plugs, pcv, tps,iac,map,egr, plugs and thers abunch more you could do,
Curious, does anyone know the size of the bolts that hold on the front caliper brackets? I'm asking because I plan to remove the rotors and replace, but when I went to tackle it last time I didn't have a socket big enough and don't feel like running out to get the size....
Hi All, Been lurking for a couple of years and have gotten some great info from you. But I just ran into an issue that I can't find any answers to.
I have a 2007 Jeep Commander with power drivers seat. Its on the way out. I bought a 2006 power drivers seat. Well... Different wiring harnesses...
just for Quick Reference. since the owners manual sucks.
i just changed my transmission and transfer case 2 days ago.
Transmission and Transfer Case:
5.7L V8 and 4.7L V8- QT2 and QD2
Transmission- 6.5 QTS fully synthetic ATF+4
Transfer Case- 3.5 QTS fully synthetic ATF+4
Our 2006 4.7 is just about to turn 90,000 and the only non maintenance items we've had to address are replacement of the battery and front sway bar bushings (the battery is not that unexpected).
The Commander has been outstanding, even more so considering it is a first model year vehicle...