Question about 1993 Jeep Wrangler
The door lever is attached to the lock by a piece of wire with clips,it is a ***** to get to but once the inner door panel is off, with the window up,you should be able to see the fault,(if its the lock itself,that can be replacd on its own,you DO NOT NEED TO REPLACE THE WHOLE DOOR (nice try,to make a few bucks though)more importantly, pass the word around about this "artist".
a dealer will take about an hour to sort out this problem....
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
Testimonial: "Is there a part name for the wire and clips that I need to tell parts dept. and how do I get the door panel off please?"
I would say the circlip has come off, or the rod from the main mechanism in the door has come apart trythe local spare part guys they are full of good advice,or you can take off door panel to look hope this helps.
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