probably different year fsms by the look of fig numbers....
1998 Blue TJ, 4 Cyl., Auto (30rh), Hardtop with installed Sunroof, mostly stock.
31x10.5x15 Mud Tires, TJ Rubicon springs, Mopar Deep Trans Pan and Cooler
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I switched mine over, it will sound nuts but you will spend 1-2 hours per door. A1 electric is the kit I used and its direct bolt on replacement for the manual cranks. The setup is clean and works perfectly. The only real issue aside from getting the power cranks around the cable guides for the locks was the fusebox. They want you to pull the entire box and flip it over to splice in lines but there just isnt a whole lot of room to work. In addition the wire they marked as a +20amp switched is wrong, I think I wound up using the one next to it which was pink.
I did a universal kit, the kind that goes over the shafts. It was a snap to install the drives. But I redid the switch wiring to make room in them to put the switch boxes over the shafts, that was a real job! But it worked and looks clean.
I have power windows. I want to go back to stock. I hate them with a passion. I liked them for a week but now they are more hassle than they are worth and they make my doors a ***** to take off and put on. All around they add time to my journeys and complication to my jeep. Also they are just another thing that is not in my control and vulnerable to water. NOT for MY jeep.