Question about 1992 Jeep Cherokee Sport
Small spring under passenger seat rusted and broke and now the seat slides back and forth, having trouble nobody has the spring, no auto parts, dealer, or junk yards?
Go to your local hardware store, parts store and buy an expansion spring. cut it to length and bend a new tab on the cut end . fit it to the lever and it will work a treat. Most auto seats have the spring but you will have to upend a seat to get it out as it costs too much for the junk yards to do it.
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the seats sliding unit it may be struck or something may be jammed the unit or the release unit may locked or jammed............
Posted on May 20, 2008
Replacement parts and labor could run $200 + from the dealer.. Yes, a replacement switch can be obtained from a salvage yard, BUT NOT from an auto parts store. It is not difficult to remove old switch and replace
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
Look on ebay or craigslist for your area, somebody has a Jeep they are selling part by part. If you live near a large city there will also be salvage yards in the area. Pay a little more for pick up as opposed to shipping if necessary, it is glass. Unless you have replaced a car window before this is something best left to someone who knows how and has the tools. Get your used window, glass only breaks it does not wear out, so do not buy a new one. Call glass shops from your phone book and ask them how much they charge to install a car window. Use the cheapest one, you will be much happier paying someone 50 bucks or so as opposed to doing this yourself.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
SOURCE: daughter spilled latex paint in
Assuming the paint is still in the affected area, it sounds like it has created a ground that is keeping that circuit open. You will have to trace the wiring and remove all the paint, looking for any breaks in the wiring that need special attention. If there is a connector that got painted, clean it thoroughly.
Posted on Aug 06, 2011
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