At least if it doesn't work, you haven't wasted a lot of money...personally, I would not want to buy someones else problem. Hook it up to a battery with jumper cables, see if it winds in and out, see if the clutch is working properly, not much else you can do...hope it works when the chips are down.
08 JK 23S - Colorado Jeep Club No. 204
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