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    Freaking JK Guru Scooter Scott's Avatar
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    Yup I saw that...just hate how dealers vary on what they will fix and what they won't.

    Kahlo in Noblesville told me they wouldn't fix my leaky lines because that weeping is normal. Dellen in Greenfield said its not normal and promptly fixed it. I know who gets all my warranty work going forward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LILWB View Post
    Good to hear. If it starts leaking take it apart and smear some RVT onto the metal tube and then reinstall the heater hose and clamp. Should keep everything nice and dry. I had the same problem. I just cut out the stock cooler altogether and used the same hose to plumb in an external cooler.
    Gonna have to take your advice, left the jeep running this morning for about 20 min before I left to work and had a small drip on my drive way.. also gonna add a second clamp to both sides...

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    Ya I have 2 clamps on each hose. Smart move

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    From what Iíve read, they may or may not cover the leaking lines under the recall. But the new stock lines will leak again. I think we all would be better off to repair, replace the hoses ourselves. There seems to be many different solutions to the problem. Personally Iím still researching options, but am going to do the repair myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherfjeep View Post
    From what I’ve read, they may or may not cover the leaking lines under the recall. But the new stock lines will leak again. I think we all would be better off to repair, replace the hoses ourselves. There seems to be many different solutions to the problem. Personally I’m still researching options, but am going to do the repair myself.
    If the hoses or any part for that matter was covered under a recall, then it's always covered. Warranty will cover redo's on recalls over and over
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