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This is a discussion on not in the greatest of moods within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I'm kind of amazed at your statement that your Jeep Cherokee that you drive off-road has no problems at all!!...

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    I'm kind of amazed at your statement that your Jeep Cherokee that you drive off-road has no problems at all!!

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    dude.. if the jeep is a 4.0 dont expect any problems.. they will run till the body rusts off of it but anyway i'm glad to hear your car is going so good.. keep up the good work

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    yea, its the 4.0 and its great.
    and speaking of my car going good, i bought a new headunit today to solve the "no music" problem.

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    regarding the headlight gear issue, if there wasn't such thing as plastic GM would be out of business

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    haha true dat... they are about out of buisness using all that plastic

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    Hey Zach, I solved a LOT of similar electrical "gremlins" (trip odo freekin', gauges/dash lights, etc.) by cleaning the POSITIVE battery cable UNDER that red rubber insulator on the end of it, not just where it bolts on to the battery. You won't even see the corrosion unless you remove it. Mine have it CAKED under there, and you couldn't even see it until you "skinned" it back. My batt and alt even tested "good" when checked at Autozone!! When I cleaned everything up, ALL my problems (electrical) went away!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by IronBird View Post
    Hey Zach, I solved a LOT of similar electrical "gremlins" (trip odo freekin', gauges/dash lights, etc.) by cleaning the POSITIVE battery cable UNDER that red rubber insulator on the end of it, not just where it bolts on to the battery. You won't even see the corrosion unless you remove it. Mine have it CAKED under there, and you couldn't even see it until you "skinned" it back. My batt and alt even tested "good" when checked at Autozone!! When I cleaned everything up, ALL my problems (electrical) went away!!
    Agree with IronBird. Clean that cable just as he described. Corrosion had work way down my cable and i had to strip the insulation away and clean it off. Time consuming but it worked.

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    alright, thanks. cool. i'll try that today.

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