What to do/expect when it finally arrives?

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It looks like my 392 should be arriving soon. It took 139 days…
I’m trying to compile a list of things I need to go over when picking it up so I dont forget anything in the excitement. There’s a thread with a list of things it should come with, and another with extended warranty options, but what else should I be looking out for?

TIA.
 
It looks like my 392 should be arriving soon. It took 139 days…
I’m trying to compile a list of things I need to go over when picking it up so I dont forget anything in the excitement. There’s a thread with a list of things it should come with, and another with extended warranty options, but what else should I be looking out for?

TIA.
You’re doing the first step correctly, you’re on this forum. Congrats.

Start exercising your right ankle to enhance it’s range of motion. You’re likely going to plantar flex more than usual and you don’t want to get injured on the first day of ownership.

Also, revisit your wallet configuration. You want quick and easy access to it for mods, fuel, etc.

Turn on the performance exhaust and leave it on. Let the neighbors cherish the angelic sounds of a finely engineered V8.

Lastly, smile, as you are part of a small club of Jeep owners that is the envy of the masses.
 
Jeep 392 pick up check list

  • Tire pressure, adjust to normal pressure
  • tool kit
  • Jack spacer
  • Check fuses for proper seating
  • Ground lug by battery, check for tightness
  • Review paint especially at the hinges
  • Check for rail delivery dust. Dealer should clean up
  • Review all lights and cameras

  • Two sets of keys
  • Jeep mini ratchet set/Torx (for hardtop/windshield/doors)
  • Lugnut key (if you have locking lugs)
  • Freedom top storage bag (if equipped)
  • Carpet floor mats standard (but not if all season mats are equipped)
  • JL Wrangler Owners Manual/Warranty guide (may just be in your Jeep’s infotainment system only). Not 100%, but can be printed if requested directly through Jeep.
  • Jeep hitch receiver rubber insert (if trailer towing group is equipped)
  • Towing Pkg only: small baggie with tubing and splices.
  • Block heater option, you need to be sure you get the removable cord that is part of the block heater kit (and look under your hood for it if not in a separate bag)
  • Rear Cargo cubby rubber mat (on 4 door)
  • Rubber mats inside your center console
  • Velcro straps if you have a sun rider top
  • If you get the Trail Management Cargo System, the cargo compartment floor-mat is included
  • Trail Management Cargo System option should include 6 tie down blocks


Also, ensure you get registered for the “Jeep Wave Program” because your new JL will receive complimentary maintainence for a period of time, which is now 3 years/36 months!
 
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