Since this topic is starting to get toxic, I'd like to dilute it with some things the engineers REALLY thought about and got right.* Like AWWW YESSS! right.....
When I put a usb stick of music in, and set it to random, it remembers that, and doesn't play the same 11 songs in the same order...
I think the dislike of the stop-start is more from the older crowd who had unreliable vehicles in their past. It's not the fuel consumption/no oil pressure etc. reasons that disturb me, it's the sinking feeling from years past of "oh crap! the engine just died!" Freaks me out.
A proximity sensor on the tailgate for keyless entry.
Move volume button on steering wheel to left side somewhere, it's redundant when it's 4 inches from the knob.
Auto up power windows.
Rear camera activation from steering wheel without needing aftermarket accessories.
Off road gauges available...
I bought a new Jeep, it sure was fine,
but it got eaten by a porc-u-pine!
It nibbled the heat shield, the brake lines, and tires,
got up in the engine, and nibbled some wires....
Some people suggested I shoot it with lead,
But if I summoned bears, then I'd be dead!
So I threw some sticks at it...
I propose the following “Wave Guidelines” because I do find it fun to be part of the ‘imaginary club’ but at the same time I’m too lazy to pay attention to every Wrangler and JT on the road.
-Waves only apply to qualified vehicles in the oncoming lane next to yours as long as the...
I wouldn't recommend it. Whatever is happening with your plug/socket to blow the fuse sounds like a direct short- and would blow a 25 amp as well. Your best bet is finding out why it is shorting out upon removal, and repair or replace that component.
I think the one I bought might be a little unusual, the options seem to be a weird combination.
For instance: It's an Overland, and came without side steps, and later a letter from FCA saying they forgot to put them on... and will I please go to the dealer and correct this omission ASAP.