Is the Wrangler dead? Repairs threaten project's future

Is the Wrangler dead? Repairs threaten project's future

No, the Wrangler isn’t dead, at least not yet, but Project Wrangler is on hold. It’ll stay in a state of suspended animation until I get my Jeep back from the dealer. The last two weeks it has undergone extensive engine repairs, thankfully all under warranty.

The dealership has been great so far, but it’s a slow process and one that shouldn’t be rushed.

The prognosis is promising, but still uncertain. From what I’m hearing, it may be a few more weeks before I get it back depending on when they can get parts in.

Given the extent of the repairs, I don’t want to jinx myself by sharing too many details just yet. Rest assured, I’ll have a full write-up when things are back to normal. Hopefully, that will be sooner than later.

I’ve been forced to put several projects on hold until the repairs are completed. Some of you may have noticed that there haven’t been as many posts recently. Unfortunately, for some of these projects, I need access to my vehicle to complete them.

In the meantime, I’ll continue working on my review of the Jeep Cherokee KL (my loaner) and finishing up a gallery from our January trip to Phoenix, where we hiked along White Tank Mountain.