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I am having problems locating replacement parts for my Cherokee.

I need new vent covers for the dashboard as 2 are just gone and the rest are in various stages of being broken. The rear hatch or tailgate wont stay open by itself anymore, and the leather seats and carpet need to be redone eventually. I have looked through Quadratech and autopartswarehouse but saw nothing. Does anyone know of a good place to buy various parts? I dont think Autozone would carry the vents...

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  • Nicolas Freeland
    Nicolas Freeland Feb 11, 2009

    yes, i have tried ebay. There are plenty of dash covers and rebuilds, but no actual vents for sale. I tried the jcwhitney site and the live chat there, they do not have it either...



    The part may not be that important, but I want to have those vents back in my jeep. It is the only car I want and love, so I need those vents...

  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    use the on line used part locator service, there are lots of tem and they work well for finding hard to get parts, and have u emailed any of the people on ebay selling Jeep parts and asked if they can get what u need?

  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    have u tried ebay?

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