I actually wonder if that's part of your "not tracking quite straight down the hwy" issue that you mentioned yesterday. Thinking about it now, my parents were having issues with 'VSC' on their jeep causing it to not track straight. Curious if related.I was OK living with the occasional VSC beeping at me--but today it applied a front brake while going around a freeway cloverleaf. That's it--you only get one chance to try to throw me off the road. I grounded the wire going into the ECU as detailed in Scott Howe's thread on Mud...not worried about adding a switch or anything.
This is sorta satisfying right now, but I might have to pull the bulb out of the cluster eventually. Maybe it'll burn out first--that would be nicely convenient.
I'm going to say no...simply because I changed the front springs, which lowered the front end about 5/8"...which would give it around another degree of caster. Just that change made it drive nice and stable, like it SHOULD have been this whole time.I actually wonder if that's part of your "not tracking quite straight down the hwy" issue that you mentioned yesterday. Thinking about it now, my parents were having issues with 'VSC' on their jeep causing it to not track straight. Curious if related.
I've never had good luck with paint sticking to aluminum, long term. Half-peeling paint would look worse than just leaving them alone.Paint them?
I followed people's posts on Mud. It's 4 screws to take the gauge cluster out, and I had to remove 4 more to take the clear lens off. That made it just small enough to fit through the steering wheel. I think I read at some point, that LX clusters use LED lights that are different from the LC's bulbs....you'd have to remove your cluster to find out for sure though. Just pull the lower trim piece off, and you can see the screws. One on each lower corner, plus two larger screws that hold the wiring, and it'll be loose.I'll wait.
Not a possibility. I didn't use 80 series bushings. I changed it about 4 degrees though, which I think is about what you get out of the offset bushings IIRC--so if I had used 80 bushings, the answer would have been yes.I know what’s done is done on the radius arms. But do you think some old man emu offset caster bushings would have gave you enough additional caster?