Originally Posted by Wheels-Up
1. The factory kit is complete, including all the wire, hose, switches, relay, new double-pump reservoir, etc that you will need.
2. It is an "easy" installation -- it IS a bit tedious, BUT the factory instructions are very detailed -- just take your time and do exactly what they say (in the order they give).
3. BUT!!! here's a possible catch! -- is the hardtop you purchased from a 2004 model Wrangler? If "yes," then no worries. If "no," then MAYBE a worry...but it's solvable. The issue can be differing electrical connector halves -- the half on the top might not match the half you get in the kit. I ran into this problem when I put my kit in (a 2004 top onto a 1998 TJ)...here's a thread detailing the connector half (they call it a "connector repair kit") you will need to purchase from the dealer IF you encounter this problem...
I have a early 1997 and bought the Mopar Hartop wiring kit for a 1997-2000. I installed everything OK until the last 2 wires. One is a Lt. blue/white and the other is a Dk. blue/Lt. green wire. The directions say to locate RH (passenger side) 10-way I/P. I took out the glove box and can not locate this 10-way?
Step #41 in the instructions said to remove the RH (passenger side)10-way I/P cluster. Where is this?
Step #42 said to remove 3" of tape from the connector.
Step #43 said to insert Lt. blue/white into cavity #3 of the connector and Dk. blue/Lt. green into cavity #4.
There is also a special note for 1997 Models.
On '97 models, replace these 2 terminals with the loose terminals (item 13) supplied in the kit. Solder these connections!
I have the 2 loose terminals.
Where is the right hand side 10-way cluster located?
What do the 2 wires connect to?