….if you don’t have to.
I think that you start out watching the ones that are specific to your vehicle (regular Cherokee)….and then the ones for the other Jeeps trickle in and you sit and watch them, too.
And it’s the same procedure for all of them.
I watch these YouTube videos like one of them is going to tell me how to get the angels to do the work for me.
I never see that video that tells me how to get the angels to do the work for me, though.
This video is one of the only ones that had a narrator who used the word “uff da” in his narration.
That’s a Norwegian word that you can use when something goes kind of wrong.
It’s a good word to know when you’re doing a job like this.
Something in the Jeep is making a “roaring” sound….so I thought that I’d start with this.
I thought that I’d start with the hubs….and then move on to u-joints….maybe replace the rear end….maybe get new tires….
What else? What else might be “roaring”? What else could I shotgun new parts at?
It might be smarter to have someone who really knows what they’re doing check the car out…..and give me an accurate diagnosis.
That might be a whole lot less time consuming than replacing everything and watching all the YouTube videos.
Watching all the YouTube videos……
It’s entertaining watching all these people do all the work.
They aren’t angels….but they’re entertaining.