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Unread 06-08-2014, 09:51 PM   #1
psmask01
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1) Hi my girlfriend has an '07 KJ sport. Its got the black circle air vents. The a/c itself works fine but the vents adjustment slide switch is off line with the vents. Is this an easy fix? She kill me if I pop it off and she is left with an empty hole. Are they easy to just replace? It seems simple enough but im surely not going to catch any gripe over it. 2) Her rear window is funny. I want to know if this is the normal function. To open the rear door she must first take the automatic key and click twice to open the window first. If she doesnt and opens the door before opening the window then the window will open but its latch will stay in the locked position and will not close until clicking the key twice to move the latch to the open position. Is this normal? Seems like poor engineering if so. Any info greatly appreciated. Much obliged.


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Unread 06-09-2014, 06:45 PM   #2
TwoBobsKJ
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1) Hi my girlfriend has an '07 KJ sport. Its got the black circle air vents. The a/c itself works fine but the vents adjustment slide switch is off line with the vents. Is this an easy fix? She kill me if I pop it off and she is left with an empty hole. Are they easy to just replace? It seems simple enough but im surely not going to catch any gripe over it. 2) Her rear window is funny. I want to know if this is the normal function. To open the rear door she must first take the automatic key and click twice to open the window first. If she doesnt and opens the door before opening the window then the window will open but its latch will stay in the locked position and will not close until clicking the key twice to move the latch to the open position. Is this normal? Seems like poor engineering if so. Any info greatly appreciated. Much obliged.
The circle vents are available - check eBay or DaveysJeeps.com. DaveysJeeps has lots of parts for the Libby. Cheap too.

As for the rear window...the glass latch switch is bad. You can get a new switch - and a new handle! - from the dealer for $90 bucks but I found another way. Check out this thread over on JeepKJ.com.

Can't open rear glass w/ handle

Bob
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