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Wanted to say thanks for the PM's wishing me well
You'll all be glad to know the Jeep survived the Townsville floods
You'd be proud of her too
She helped deliver quite a few sandbags,
many trips through floodwaters for pump and drainage supplies,
even helped old girl next door to get out cause it was all too much for her.

The rear wiper is refusing to move,
the horns sound like a some weird alien gargling,
the tubes to the sunroof are now leaking down the A Pillars,
and I had to remove the interior because peeee-yew.



Yep there was even too much water for the tree frogs
Poor little buggah stunk to high heavens



Last count over 3,500 vehicles written off up here,
but the Grand Cherokee wasn't one of them
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Damn plastic bits
Heat, vibrations and plastic just don't play well together
When changing the oil this week I noticed the PCV valve was stuffed
I'd epoxied it back together before but alas too many corrugated roads




You may notice the new PCV valve, genuine Mercedes part from Jeep,
has pre-clamped metal bands holding the hose and sensor
Simply fitted a 1mm cutting disc to the grinder and gently gently

This time I cable tied the hose to my catch can along the fuel rail
It meant having to re-route and lengthen the hose but hopefully
it'll eliminate most of the vibrations

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A weekend playing in the sand
And I've launched another one
The balls and tunnels are OK
The cage has actually welded itself to the outer shell
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