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    TSB - Difficulty Releasing Soft Top Plastic Edge Retainers From B-Pillar Area Of Door Frame
    April 13th, 2007 | Category: Body TSB, Jeep JK TSB & Recalls

    NUMBER: 23-014-07
    GROUP: Body
    DATE: April 13, 2007

    SUBJECT:
    Difficulty Releasing Soft Top Plastic Edge Retainers From B-Pillar Area Of Door Frame

    OVERVIEW:
    This bulletin involves trimming material from a section of the plastic retainer, used to secure the edges of the soft top to the door frame, in the immediate area of the B-Pillar.

    SYMPTOM/CONDITION:
    The customer may experience difficulty when attempting to lower/remove the 4 door soft top. The customer may not be able to easily release/remove the soft top plastic edge retainers at the rail on top of the door frame in the immediate area of the B-Pillar.

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    TSB - Oil Canning, Popping, or Thumping-Like Sound From Front Passenger Area During Body
    February 24th, 2007 | Category: Body TSB, Jeep JK TSB & Recalls

    NUMBER: 23-008-07
    GROUP: Body
    DATE: February 24, 2007

    SUBJECT:
    Oil Canning, Popping, or Thumping-Like Sound From Front Passenger Area During Body Twist

    OVERVIEW:
    This bulletin involves creating two depressions in the front floor pan at the transmission tunnel area to reduce panel flex.

    NOTE: This bulletin applies to vehicles built on or before September 07, 2006 (MDH 0907XX).

    SYMPTOM/CONDITION:
    The customer may experience an oil canning, thumping, or popping-like sound from the front passenger area. The sound may be misdiagnosed as a suspect shock absorber or rebound bumper.

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    TSB - Modular Hard Top Freedom Panel Waterleaks
    January 06th, 2007 | Category: Body TSB, Jeep JK TSB & Recalls

    NUMBER: 23-001-07
    GROUP: Body
    DATE: January 6, 2007

    SUBJECT:
    Modular Hard Top Freedom Panel Waterleaks

    OVERVIEW:
    This bulletin involves replacement of foam and/or butyl tape(s) and/or weatherstrips to
    eliminate Freedom Panel water leaks.

    SYMPTOM/CONDITION:
    Water may leak at the center front, center rear, A-pillar corners or B-pillar corners of hard
    top Freedom Panels.

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    TSB - Front And/Or Rear Door Weatherseal Retention
    October 26th, 2006 | Category: Body TSB, Jeep JK TSB & Recalls

    NUMBER: 23-048-06
    GROUP: Body
    DATE: October 26, 2006

    SUBJECT:
    Front And/Or Rear Door Weatherseal Retention

    OVERVIEW:
    This bulletin involves procedures for adhering weatherseal to door frame.

    SYMPTOM/CONDITION:
    Front or rear door mounted weatherseal upper corner does not stay in position, rotates out
    of corner. A mastic sealer was used to adhere the seal corner to the door inner corner, but
    does not always work.

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    TSB - Cracked Windshield
    October 21st, 2006 | Category: Body TSB, Jeep JK TSB & Recalls

    NUMBER: 23-047-06
    GROUP: Body
    DATE: October 21, 2006

    SUBJECT:
    Cracked Windshield

    DISCUSSION:
    Windshield cracks caused by an impact from a foreign object; (i.e. stone) are often difficult
    to identify. The following assessment should be used to verify the presence of an impact
    chip on the crack.

    If no obvious impact chip is present, run a ball point pen along the crack and feel for a
    slight drop or pit in the glass. If a slight drop or pit in the glass is present, this indicates a
    small impact caused the crack. If the molding contains a witness mark or dent from an
    impact, inspect under the molding for an impact chip in the same manner.

    POLICY:
    Cracks caused by an impact are not warrantable.

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    TSB - Soft Top Slaps Against Speaker Bar
    October 21st, 2006 | Category: Body TSB, Jeep JK TSB & Recalls

    NUMBER: 23-046-06
    GROUP: Body
    DATE: October 21, 2006

    SUBJECT:
    Soft Top Slaps Against Speaker Bar

    OVERVIEW:
    This bulletin involves installing foam padding to the top of the speaker bar.

    SYMPTOM/CONDITION:
    A loud noise may be heard caused by the soft top slapping against speaker bar while
    driving at highway speeds.

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    TSB - Rear Door Inside And Outside Handles Do Not Function
    October 03rd, 2006 | Category: Body TSB, Jeep JK TSB & Recalls

    NUMBER: 23-042-06
    GROUP: Body
    DATE: October 3, 2006

    SUBJECT:
    Rear Door Inside And Outside Handles Do Not Function

    OVERVIEW:
    This bulletin involves adjusting the door latch adjustment screw.

    SYMPTOM/CONDITION:
    When trying to open a rear door with the inside remote handle or outside door handle, the
    door may not open.

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    TSB - Exterior Lamp - Lens Fogging
    September 27th, 2006 | Category: Body TSB, Jeep JK TSB & Recalls

    NUMBER: 23-041-06
    GROUP: Body
    DATE: September 27, 2006

    SUBJECT:
    Exterior Lamp - Lens Fogging

    DISCUSSION:
    Some customers may report that on occasion, vehicle exterior lamp assemblies are fogged
    with a light layer of condensation on the inside of the lenses. This may be reported after
    the lamps have been turned on and brought up to operating temperature, turned off, and
    then rapidly cooled by cold water (such as rain, or the water from a car wash). Lens
    fogging can also occur under certain atmospheric conditions after a vehicle has been
    parked outside overnight (i.e., a warm humid day followed by clear cool night). This will
    usually clear as atmospheric conditions change to allow the condensation to change back
    into a vapor. Turning the lamps on will usually accelerate this process.

    A lamp that has large amounts of water droplets visible on most internal surfaces indicates
    a problem with the lamp sealing that has allowed water to enter the lamp. In this instance,
    the customer is likely to report that moisture in the lamp is always present and never
    disappears. A lamp that exhibits internal moisture permanently should be replaced.

    POLICY:
    Information Only

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    TSB - YES Essentials® Stain, Odor, & Static Resistant Fabric Care
    August 09th, 2006 | Category: Body TSB, Jeep JK TSB & Recalls

    NUMBER: 23-021-06 REV. A
    GROUP: Body
    DATE: August 9, 2006

    SUBJECT:
    YES Essentials® Stain, Odor, & Static Resistant Fabric Care

    DISCUSSION:
    The premium cloth upholstery in the vehicles listed is the new YES Essentials® stain,
    odor, & static resistant fabric. YES Essentials® fabric is an easy-care material that repels
    and releases soil to maintain the like-new appearance. Spills remain on the surface of the
    fabric to allow for easy clean up and to prevent stains and odors. The material is
    antimicrobial and static resistant.

    YES Essentials® fabric may be cleaned in the following manner:

    * Do NOT use any solvents or fabric protectants on Yes Essentials® fabric.
    * Remove as much of the stain as possible by blotting with a clean, dry towel.
    * Blot any remaining stain with a clean, damp towel.
    * For tough stains, apply Mopar® Total Clean, p/n 04897840AA, or a mild soap
    solution to a clean damp cloth and remove the stain. Use a fresh, damp towel to
    remove the soap residue.
    * For grease stains, apply Mopar® Multi-purpose Cleaner, p/n 05127532AA, to a
    clean, damp cloth and remove the stain. Use a fresh, damp towel to remove the
    soap residue.

    CAUTION: YES Essentials® stain, odor, & static resistant fabric is NOT compatible
    with aftermarket fabric-protecting coatings. Any additional protection will
    damage the performance of the YES Essentials® stain, odor, & static
    resistant fabric.

    POLICY:
    Information Only

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    TSB - Windshield Wiper Blade/Element Maintenance
    March 08th, 2006 | Category: Body TSB, Jeep JK TSB & Recalls

    NUMBER: 23-014-06
    GROUP: Body
    DATE: March 8, 2006

    SUBJECT:
    Windshield Wiper Blade/Element Maintenance

    DISCUSSION:
    Windshield wiper blades/elements are frequently replaced unnecessarily. Because of the
    environmental conditions vehicles can be operated in, a film can build up on both the
    windshield and the windshield wiper elements that will cause poor cleaning/streaking of the
    windshield, and in some instances, a chattering condition as the wipers blades travel
    across the windshield.

    Replacement of the wiper blades/elements is normally NOT required to correct streaking
    issues. A simple NORMAL MAINTENANCE cleaning of the wiper blades/elements and
    windshield is all that is required.

    If the wipe pattern appears to be streaky or if there is chatter and no damage to the wiper
    blades/elements is obvious, the following steps should be performed:

    1. Use a soft cloth or sponge & squeegee and MOPAR Windshield Washer Solvent (p/n
    04318067AB, 16 Oz. bottle or p/n 04318068AB, 32 Oz. bottle), MOPAR Glass Cleaner
    (p/n 04897623AB, 16 Oz. bottle) or a solution of 50/50 alcohol and water, to wash the
    windshield.

    2. Raise the wiper blades off the glass and clean the wiper blade elements (rubber insert)
    with MOPAR Windshield Washer Solvent or a solution of 50/50 alcohol and water and
    a soft cloth, paper towel or sponge.

    3. Return the wiper blades to their normal operating position and function the washer
    system. If the wiper blades/elements are not streaking the windshield or chattering,
    replacing the blade assembly(ies) is not necessary. If the wipe pattern is still
    objectionable, repeat step 2 several times. If the wipe pattern is still objectionable,
    replace the wiper blades/elements.

    POLICY:
    Information Only

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