Couldnt find sufficient information on exactly what year of doors can be swapped and bolted on with no gaps or alignment problems. I just picked up a 94 Grand Cherokee 5.2 and the PO trashed the drivers door. Im going to be junkyard shopping tomorrow and I would appreciate it if anyone had some input before i buy the wrong door! Let me know!!!
Thanks guys. Picked up a complete door today for 150 bucks. It had a piece of sheet metal riveted to the inside door jam, must of had the same problem as me.... The door sags but not bad at all. I think ill be replacing the pins to keep the latch from getting destroyed. Although i am lifting up when i shut the door, its still possible ill trash the sheet metal if it doesnt close correctly. I think i got a decnt deal though!!
... Funny I'd not like to give a $150.00 per door either.. But we only have one wrecking yard in town now and the prick that runs it has Stopped all the fun. I'll bet he is $200.00 per door. I called him today I'm wanting a fuel pump and I just wanted to get the tank along with it . The prick ask me $100.00 for the tank and another 100.00 for the fuel pump.... Used... So I called over to a town west of us that there is a big yard at .. That guy says .. I got $30.00 for the last pump I had and He'd just as soon give me the tank as take it apart.
..... So I guess I'm saying shop around.
It's funny, salvage yards by me would probably charge more than that. It's almost not worth going to a salvage yard anymore. But it also could be because of it being a drivers door. I just checked one of my local wreckers. They had 15 passenger doors and zero drivers doors.
[_]☺☺[_] 96' Grand Cherokee Laredo 265,000 miles and still going strong.