shoot! i think what ill do is stop by the dealer and ask a tech see if they know and if it works man that would be cool .......
in the mean time i'm gettn some spacers sent to me. im going to try them up front and see if it clears and if that works than ill get another set for the rear...thanks jeep5253
I'm not sure it's all that complicated. Costly maybe. I'd imagine you'd just need to have the A/C evacuated of refrigerant, and then get those lines cut and capped, pull a vacuum, then have the A/C recharged with less regrigerent, probably 24 oz instead of 32 or whatever the rear A/C models take.
Some people still use the rear A/C even when people aren't back there, it helps to cool the Commander much more quickly.
I am kind of gauge nerd. I love them and the information they send to you. I have a 2007 jeep commander limited with a HEMI and I would like to either add a mechanical oil pressure gauge or a electric oil pressure gauge. I am wondering if anybody has done this and what kind and the location...
Last summer I ordered some King struts for a Jeep Grand Cherokee and installed them on my commander. they were about $1.500 for the pair. Mounting the reservoir ended up being a challenge, I had to use steal threaded rivets and a galvanized fence hanger, but it worked. Some pics of that as well.
Hey guys! Rebuilding my engine and I want your input on parts and upgrades!
Long story short, I dropped a valve seat in Cyl 5. It didn't break so the piston and cylinder are fine (yay!). The head is a little dinged where the seat bounced around on top of the valve during my attempts to figure...
I just ordered and auxiliary fuel tank for under $1.500, Yes it is expensive. Here is the links.