Found out that cordless impact wrenches are not for everything...
Twisted the stud off of the driver's side mirror taking it off of the door mount so I can stick it on my newly installed mirror re-locator brackets...
Also found out that there is a LOT of body undercoat up inside the body panels. Trying to get the window hinge nuts off was a nightmare.
Also, did you know that the ground wire for the fuel pump is attached to the e-brake bracket? I didn't either. Didn't feel the retaining nut and wire fall off when I dropped the e-brake bracket to move it so I could reach the window hinge nuts. Put everything back together not realizing that I had missed that ground wire. Jeep wouldn't start.
While I was under the dash, I had yanked out a Clifford Alarm that one of the PO's had installed. I thought that was causing it to not start. Spent a couple of hours between beers chasing down the wiring for the alarm only to discover that it had already been fully disabled. The PO just left all of the stray wires in place.
Started to diagnose the new electrical problem and figured out that I had spark, but no fuel. Followed the fuel pump wires back through the cab and finally discovered the ground wire hiding against the inside of the quarter panel and the nut that holds it perched on the inside lip of the dash.... Celebrated with another beer!
BTW, I hate blind wiring!! If you take something out, take the wires out too!!