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post #46 of 965 Old 12-04-2012, 11:20 AM Thread Starter
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Tried to install new window tracks but could not figure out how to route them. The PO had removed the old ones.

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post #47 of 965 Old 12-05-2012, 04:11 PM
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Finally finished fixing all the power door locks, re keyed it(new lock cylinders), and repaired a door panel before putting everything back together. I can't walk by the Jeep with out clicking the door locks, lol It's the little things that make these FSJs so enjoyable
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post #48 of 965 Old 12-05-2012, 09:19 PM
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drove Agnes around n trailed her for a few hours

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post #49 of 965 Old 12-05-2012, 09:56 PM
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I have no wagoneer, but the j10 got new brakes (cylinder and booster), radiator and water pump. And got my new wiring harness all made up for my cherokee!

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post #50 of 965 Old 12-06-2012, 04:43 AM
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Finally finished fixing all the power door locks, re keyed it(new lock cylinders), and repaired a door panel before putting everything back together. I can't walk by the Jeep with out clicking the door locks, lol It's the little things that make these FSJs so enjoyable
I do the same thing with the RKE. I never thought that "click" could make me smile so much. I also discovered my pw are a lot stronger with the clicker. The drivers lock control I have to hold a sec for it to function all locks. With RKE it's like "BANG BABY" Your locked
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post #51 of 965 Old 12-06-2012, 08:28 AM
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I do the same thing with the RKE. I never thought that "click" could make me smile so much. I also discovered my pw are a lot stronger with the clicker. The drivers lock control I have to hold a sec for it to function all locks. With RKE it's like "BANG BABY" Your locked
Right on! I like stuff to work like it's supposed to. If it's equipped with a power feature I want to enjoy it... no matter how old it is

I still need to get my tailgate keyed to match now since the replacement lock cylinders are no longer available ANYWHERE. I'm guessing I can just remove the cylinder and take it to a locksmith??
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post #52 of 965 Old 12-06-2012, 09:05 AM
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Right on! I like stuff to work like it's supposed to. If it's equipped with a power feature I want to enjoy it... no matter how old it is

I still need to get my tailgate keyed to match now since the replacement lock cylinders are no longer available ANYWHERE. I'm guessing I can just remove the cylinder and take it to a locksmith??
I think if you take apart the cylinder and there should be tabs sticking out of cylinder, put you key in and grind them flush but remember to have you key in, than insert it, I think it will work, it might be easer to pick though, I always use my rear window control in cab since my rear key hole don't do anything

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post #53 of 965 Old 12-06-2012, 09:34 AM
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I also mangled the rear bumper n tailgate on my Agnes last night. Tried climbing a steep hill n failed tragically. She slid right into a concrete barrier... tailgate is off one hinge but its still closed, n the bumper looks like i hit a concrete barrier..... Wife was surprisingly not pissed but I did get the "I told you so"....
I'll post pics up in a few hours... I gotta figure out wether I wanna head to Home Depot n buy a few mallets to try n bang out as much as possible..

also thinking I'll try to winch the bumper a bit to get it to look not as farked...
oh boy, was that fun last night!!

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post #54 of 965 Old 12-06-2012, 09:46 AM
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I also mangled the rear bumper n tailgate on my Agnes last night. Tried climbing a steep hill n failed tragically. She slid right into a concrete barrier... tailgate is off one hinge but its still closed, n the bumper looks like i hit a concrete barrier..... Wife was surprisingly not pissed but I did get the "I told you so"....
I'll post pics up in a few hours... I gotta figure out wether I wanna head to Home Depot n buy a few mallets to try n bang out as much as possible..

also thinking I'll try to winch the bumper a bit to get it to look not as farked...
oh boy, was that fun last night!!
This will be funny! Come on let's see it! LoL! You will probably end up building a custom bumper

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post #55 of 965 Old 12-06-2012, 12:52 PM
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Just went to a body shop. They arent interested in this job....
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post #56 of 965 Old 12-06-2012, 03:05 PM
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Just went to a body shop. They arent interested in this job....
ooooo bummer! Looks like a rust free wagon too! That's too bad! Look at junkyards I know there is a wagoneer at our junkyard!

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post #57 of 965 Old 12-06-2012, 03:07 PM
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How much would the tailgate n bumper run me??
Luckily there was no frame damage

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post #58 of 965 Old 12-06-2012, 04:48 PM
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Nooooo! My heart breaks to see that damaged GW!!!
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post #59 of 965 Old 12-06-2012, 06:45 PM
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that is painful
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post #60 of 965 Old 12-06-2012, 06:54 PM
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Yah that's painful!

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