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Unread 05-16-2015, 12:23 PM   #1
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Door Wiring Harness

Good Day everyone, first post on here.

I have tried searching for this for about an hour now, cant find specifically about my issue, just door removal. (so the only advice has been to unhook the harness)

I want to make my doors swing freely as i have found that they slam closed if on any sort of incline. I am aware of the mirror issue hitting (i will deal with this), I want to remove the wiring harness entirely if possible. I think it is possible but just want to see if people have had any success, i'm running a 2012 JK 2DR sport, manual everything. So no power windows, locks or mirrors. The only thing i have managed to find that is actually connected is the auto dome light. Am i wrong in this? Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you

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