I parked my 2000 WJ out on the slab for a couple of weeks last month while I had to keep my trailer under cover for a while.
Something climbed/slithered/crawled into the cabin, probably through the gear shift lever hole, or maybe some a/c vent... mouse, snake, gecko, lizard, etc...
and, of course, left droppings around, and then died.
So, in the left rear D-pillar trim is this dead stink, surely coming out of the slots that are just inboard of where the fuel filler door is located, maybe just aft of that, in the left rear interior corner.
I need to remove the D-pillar trim to extricate whatever is dead in there.
Do any forum members have any tips on how to remove the D-pillar trim under the left rear window, without wrecking the plastic or the retaining clips?
The SM shows to remove the liftgate upper trim by pulling downward, and hopefully not breaking any pins off, and then pull the D-pillar trim inward.
So, who's done it, and what to watch out for, other than deadness?
Thanks in advance!