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My jeep dealership is giving me the run around about the price for installing the power. I still want your doors. I juast need to get some numbers going
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you could wire them up yourself .. get a swtich kit something like this... not hard to do.. probably save you alote of money ,than if you had the dealer do it.

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My jeep dealership is giving me the run around about the price for installing the power. I still want your doors. I juast need to get some numbers going
hey cal I have Zack looking into it

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Thanks for the site for the wire hook ups. I'm not the handiest guy when it comes to wiring stuff up like that.
Doesnt look like it would cost much if I had a shop do it????
Dirty let me know
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why not just take the switch and wiring form the donor Jeep? If he is going half doors he won't need it

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Like I said before...

It will obviously be more expensive for the dealership to do it (vs. doing it yourself).

Do you have any handy friends near you that could help?

We could swap the center dash stack as well, so you have the power window switches...


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exactly. I am sure the harness is already set up for power windows even if you don't have them...

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exactly. I am sure the harness is already set up for power windows even if you don't have them...
I dont remeber seeing the harness in the dash on the last half door i worked on. What im trying to find out is if the harness is a standalone harness or if its intergrated with the main body harness

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i don't believe the harness is their... plus i think the power windows works with the can bus system so you would have to take it to the dealer to have them program it i think... i switched to power windows.. and i just used that harness that i posted earlier .. so it is all separate from the jeep computer. i think that would be the easiest and cheapest way to do it.

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i don't believe the harness is their... plus i think the power windows works thought the can bus system so you would have to take it to the dealer to have them program it i think... i switched to power windows.. and i just used that harness that i posted earlier .. so it is all separate from the jeep computer. i think that would be the easiest and cheapest way to do it.
i agree Ive installed power windows before and it super easy.

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i agree Ive installed power windows before and it super easy.
Well, there you have it!

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I dont remeber seeing the harness in the dash on the last half door i worked on. What im trying to find out is if the harness is a standalone harness or if its intergrated with the main body harness
that's what I am talking about the main harness should all be the same. It wouldn't be cost effective to make different harnesses.... but then again we are talking Chrysler.

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I'm still waiting on macco for a paint quote
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How far are you willing to drive to swap them out?

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