All they need to know it's a '91 YJ Wrangler. Trim has no influence.
You would think that's the case, but the way their computer search systems are setup in some stores, the sales rep can't get to the next screen without answering these type questions (I was a PSM @ AutoZone for a few years).
There's another parts chain that asks me if mine has factory or dealer installed A/C every time I call.
I'm always like, WTF does my A/C have to do with my Brake Lights, LOL...
'95 Red YJ, 4-Banger... Nothing special yet, but stay tuned: More to come...
'04 Black KJ Limited, 3.7L, 17" Factory Chrome, pretty much bone stock, bought to be a family carrier, and has become a problematic BEE-YOTCH as of late...
you my friend have a Jeep Wrangler (YJ) with a 4.0L... that is all they need to know. if they ask trim level just say yes.... or tell them to pick one. when it comes to basic stuff its all the same. they just really need the year, model, and engine in most cases
[COLOR="RoyalBlue"]2001 Steel Blue WJ Laredo SA 4x4, 3.5" lift, Apperance Package with factory Laredo Steel Blue cladding/leather
Conferr Roof Basket with custom Randy Ellis Design light cage, WAAG grille guard and Hella lots of 500 lights[/COLOR]
[COLOR="Silver"]2004 Wrangler Sport, 2.5" and 31's, nothing special[/COLOR]
[FONT="Century Gothic"][COLOR="DarkGreen"]"For all sad words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these, 'It might have been.' "
[I]John Greenleaf Whittier[/I][/COLOR][/FONT][/FONT]
4WD always asks my trim level. i.e. besides telling them its a 1995 Jeep wrangler, they want to know if it's Rio Grande, Sahara, SE. I was looking for pitman arms and they still want to know its trim level.
Registered Nurse Jeep Club Member #1 (I think...)
Verse 36: And He said to them, "But now, whoever has a money belt is to take it along, likewise also a bag, and whoever has no sword is to sell his coat and buy one.