Ok, just so you guys know the difference in the gauge clusters, here's a pic of all three, the '04 Limited Electroluminescent gauges are on the top, the '01 White-Faced gauges are in the middle, and the '04 Black-Faced gauges are on the bottom.
As for the 4WD conversion, I'm holding off on that until the first of the year. I'll have the 242, which is the hardest part of this conversion to come by, next week. I still need the 4WD OD Unit and D30, as well as both drive shalfs. The front axle and drive shafts I'm not so concerned about finding as I am with the 4WD OD Unit. I saw a WJ that had the 42RE still in, but the t-case was gone. That is my only shot, but, tghere is no way that I'll have time to go this week, and I'll be on vacation next week, so, it'll be gone by the time I get around to getting it,
Thanks for all the comments on this,
Basically, the interior is done, except for the leather seats, which, I'm still looking for the driver's side seat. I still need to install and hook up the power track on the passenger side, but, I can't do that until I get all the leather seats installed. My wife requested that I don't install the leather seats until I get all of them, which, I can understand.
As far as the EVIC install is concerned, it's not much. All EVIC's from '99 to '04 can be swapped, it's just a matter of which options you want as to which EVIC you need. WJ Jeeps has all the part numbers and years for the different options here
. AS far as actually replacing them, it's simple: unscrew the Phillips screw on the front side middle of the EVIC housing, pry it away from headliner, unplug the main harness plug and rout it out of the plastic hold-downs on the EVIC, plug in your 'new' EVIC, rout the harness in the hold-downs on the EVIC, push it up into the headliner, and then, screw the Phillips head screw in the front of the EVIC, and you're done. The WJ Jeeps site has more info and pics to help.
Well, if I don't get another post on before I leave, I hope everyone has a great holiday season,