Gap between windshield and dash
I thought I would bring to your attention that there is a significant gap between the dashboard and the windshield. I found this out recently when I put my iphone along with my house keys on my dash board before getting in the jeep. I then hopped in the jeep, picked up the phone, noticed I had put the house keys on the dash with the phone, went to grab them and they suddenly slipped down into the dash. I tried to reach them with my fingers but they fell in too deep to even touch them or see them. My house was locked and those were all of my house keys as I just had the house rekeyed recently. I then had to go to work for a few hours after which I would need to go to Houston in a company vehicle and would not return for a few days, which would be on a Friday night. I didn't have time to mess with it myself and I certainly didn't feel like fighting it Friday night when the temperature was going to be 30 degrees, which is damn cold for this part of the country.
I had no choice but to drop it off at the dealer before going to Houston. The dealer tried a magnet and a few things but could not get it out. They ended up having to pull the instrument cluster to get the house keys out of there.
I paid them $95 over the phone and was able to pick the Jeep up Friday night using my spare Jeep key.
So, here is a nice friendly warning to all of you not to put anything on the dash board or else it could fall down in there.
2007 Black Unlimited Sahara, Black Hard Top, Khaki Soft Top, Khaki Interior, 3" Black Diamond Springs and sway bar links, Rancho Steering Stabilizer, Helo Black Maxx 6 17 X 9 wheels, Goodyear Duratrac 315/70-17 Tires, Poly Peformance High Steer Kit, Poly Performance Upper and Lower Front and Rear Adjustable Control Arms, Poly Performance Rear Track Bar Bracket, Poly Performance Chromoly Tie Rod, Offset Upper Ball Joints, Mopar Front and Rear Bumpers and Skid Plate, Warn 9.5ti winch, ARB High Output Compressor with tire inflation kit, PIAA 510 SMR Fog Lights , Silverstar Headlights, Front Rancho 9000 shocks, Rear Bilstein 5100 series shocks, 5.13 gears, Kenwood DNX9990HD, Infinity 6020CS, Infinity 6022si, Alpine MRP-F250, JBL P1024, Alpine MRP-M650