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O3 RUBICON LOCKER IS NOT WORKING AS IT SHOULD / ON/OFF SWITCH SEEMS TO BE WORKING FINE ! PROUBLEM WITH INGAUGEMENT?

03 RUBICON CRUISE CONTROL NOT WORKING AS IT SHOULD,LIGHT ON DASH IS WORKING BUT NOTTHING IS LOSE ON THROTTLE LINKAGE?/INTAKE-BODY ETC. ALSO ,THERE IS A PROUBLEM WITH REAR LOCKER / LIGHT COMEING ON BUT NOTTHING IS GOING ON WITH AXLE THE FRONT ONE IS PULLING & LIGHT IS WORKING 4 THAT 1 . BUT THE REAR LIGHT IS BLINKING BUT NOT THE SAME AS THE FRONT 1 - THAT IS WORKING ? HAS THIS BEEN AN ISSUE 4 THE EARLY RUBICON'S ASWELLAS THE NEW

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SOURCE: Cruise control does not work

On my 05 Wrangler Unlt'd Ruby - The vacuum hose on the drivers side of engine had come off, which disengaged my Cruise and the actuator which determines whether my heater points to the vent, Defrost or feet. Put it back on and secure with a cable tie.

If it is like mine, you will then have idling problems, especially when coming to a stop. You will need to clean the throttle body because the engine has picked up **** through the open port while it was off. Directions for that exist on this site elsewhere.

All of these are easy - i hadn't worked on a car in >25 years and it took me 30 min.

Posted on Sep 16, 2008

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SOURCE: 15k front & rear axle oil change

so whats the question? It sounds like you have a auto repair chain store after your money, skip it. follow the owners manual service schedule.

Posted on Oct 17, 2009

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SOURCE: 04 jeep rubicon. my 4wd indicator light does not

has anyone found the solution to this problem?

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Jeep Rubicon 2007+ locker modification


Make model: Jeep Wrangler Rubicon (JK series) 2007+


Purpose:This allows you to use both lockers in all transfer case modes by providing a ground for the relays. Quantity (2) pieces of (45) foot #12 gauge automotive wire, marked or colored differently from each other.(30) feet of automotive loom(4) #12 gauge electrical crimp flag female connectors (yellow)2) #12 gauge electrical crimp hook connectors (yellow)(2) automotive switches (lighted could be used, but would require another ground)(1) Soldering iron and flux(1) roll black electrical tape(1) small set of metric sockets

Disclaimers:By undertaking this modification you are potentially voiding your drivetrain warranty. While Jeep dealerships have traditionally been very lenient on modifications, they do vary. Bear in mind that activating this modified system on hard dry pavement has the potential to destroy you axles, transfer case, differentials – especially around curves and can cause your vehicle to crash or roll over due to all 4 wheels being 100% locked together with no room for slippage. No that that’s out of the way, onto the lockdown.
Overview:You are creating a bypass to ground circuit to allow your locker relays to activate regardless of transfer case position or TPIM inputs. While this will allow you to destroy your differentials, transfer case, or axles on dry pavement – it is designed to allow you to operate your lockers when not in 4WD-Low. This can be useful in sandy environments, high-speed mud running etc. This system does not disable the factory system. It will operate different from the factory system. Under normal operation your locker indicator lights will remain solid during operation. With this bypass, your locker indicator lights will blink until disengaged.


Procedure:Remove the battery by disconnecting the positive, then the negative post clamps.Then remove the battery hold down bracket with an 8mm socket. (I’ve been told other sizes are used as well).Locate the locker relays on the passenger side of the vehicle right next to the battery on the fender wall (see wiring diagram below). locate the plastic rivet holding the relay bracket to the fender-wall and loosen the rivet until the relay mounting bracket comes loose. Pull as much slack as possible on cables and lay them into the empty battery tray area. Locate the ground wire coming out of the relay (see schematic below) Solder 1 of you wires to each ground coming out of the relay (I tried wire crimps first but they did not work well for me). Repeat for the other relay. Tape and heat shrink your solder splices well, this area of the engine compartment gets a healthy dose of mud Tape ends of looming to prevent wires from being seen, or coming loose due to vibrations.
Mark Run your cables through the looming and feed the wire loom across the engine compartment from the relays to the drivers side of the vehicle. If you don’t like answering dumb questions from your dealership regarding the extra wiring, you will take the time to dress it up and tuck the loom behind the OEM harnessRun you wire loom through the firewall using the existing grommet near the steering column, and into the passenger compartment.Once your wiring is inside the vehicle dress your cabling accordingly (not like mine).Run (2) cables from your switches to the ground nut near the drivers side door harness.Run your 2 wires from the relays to the switches. Connect each relay and switch separately using your marked cables (you did mark them didn’t you).Individual placement and switch type can vary, basic single pole switches are the minimum with lighted and/or a single switch being other options I chose to mount my switches in the unused panel below the 12VDC power outlet and cigarette lighter.Careful placement in this location is advised due to tight clearances (read: no clearance) behind the panel. I had to bend the tabs on my switches to push the panel closed. Testing:
Loosely replace the battery and tighten the battery post connectors. Key the ignition to “ON” and flick 1 of the switches. If wired correctly the locker indicator lights should flash on the instrument cluster.If no locker indicators come on verify you have a good ground at the drivers door nut (might need some paint scraped off). Double check your wiring connections.

on May 15, 2009 | 2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 2...

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The cruise control stopped working today. I just had the brake switch replaced. Does this have anything to do with it and what do I do to repair it?


Yes,

But, there are usually 2 brake switches in the Cruise circuit.

The Brake Pedal switch - is mounted on the pedal and de-activates the Cruise function (as well as operates the brake lights).
The Brake Pressure switch - is mounted to the brake servo/cylinder in the engine bay and acts as a secondary switch to de-activate the cruise function.

Have an assistant check the operation of your brake lights, while you depress the brake pedal. If brake lights do not work, then the Brake Pedal Switch will either need adjusting or the connector to the switch is loose. If all brake lights are functioning, then arrange for someone to check that the brake pedal switch is connecting to the Cruise circuit.

The Brake Pressure Switch in the engine bay - check the connector is pressed in and secure. You should also have the pressure switch resistance checked to ensure it is within factory spec. If not, then replace the brake pressure switch.


Hope this help........

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I have an o3 ford escape with an aftermarket autopage remote start system.when i try to use the remote start it flashes the parking lights and all the accesories fire up but will not ingauge the starter....


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2004 Jeep Rubicon lockers dont work when warm. in


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make sure brake lights are working,if working brakepedal switch fine.it is most likley the cruise control cut out switch.blue and white switch on brake pedal.

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