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rob84044 09-20-2012 10:31 PM

I need some more help
 
I have a ZJ and a little white piece of plastic that I am calling a window track guide, broke on me a while back and well it is getting annoying having a ducktaped passenger window.

Well what my question is, is do I have to buy a whole new regulator for my window? Or is there some miracle of a place that sells these for $8?


I also need several other things;

"sound secure" material behind the door panels
The clips that help secure my door panel
Screws for all my doors
and I also was wondering if someone could direct me to a SUPER CHEAP sight to buy these parts..


oh and can you give the appropriate names for the parts..

sorry I bought the car and I need ot do some repairs.

Jjmx11 09-21-2012 12:16 PM

Are you talking about the little white roller that rolls inside the track?

EBrunson 09-21-2012 12:44 PM

This may be what you want:
http://pocketlogger.com/?pid=jpw

rob84044 09-22-2012 11:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by EBrunson (Post 14199148)
This may be what you want:
http://pocketlogger.com/?pid=jpw




Well I am wondering if this will work with a car two years before it.

Casue on the page it says for 2000-2004 grand cherokee's.
Ihave a 1998 grand cherokee.

And yes sir jjmx11, I am talking about the little white piece of plastice on the slide. it broke off.

Jjmx11 09-22-2012 12:32 PM

Well Samething happened to me. On ebay i was just searching for a window regulator and ran across a guy that sold just the little rollers 2 of them was $30 shipped to you

Jjmx11 09-22-2012 12:37 PM

Ok i just got back on there and looked to see if he was still selling them and he was. Just type in 98 jeep grand cherokee window regulator and it will pop up

JColee 09-22-2012 01:37 PM

Honestly, the door clips are junk (that hold the door panel to the metal) I bought two for $11 shipped and they both still failed miserably. I gave up and just ended up using a drill to screw the door panel to the metal. Also, interior screws would be easy to find at a Junk yard for possibly free.


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