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Old 05-06-2010, 12:23 PM   #1
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Drain PLUGS?

I am a little confused and I know you guys will be able to help me.

My last jeep was a 2000 sport and I had 3 or 4 drain plug when water got into the jeep so I could drain it out. well I have a 99 se now and the pre-owner decided to do a crappy roll on bed liner and the only drain plug I cant find is the passenger front.

Please tell me all TJ's should have more plugs. I am hoping the moron covered them up. (Not like I can drill my own but I fogured it would have some already?

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Old 05-06-2010, 05:57 PM   #2
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Should be four. They are round rubber grommets from the factory. Whole diameter is about an inch, grommet total diamater is maybe an inch and a half. Two behind the seats and two up front.

I can take pictures later if you're not sure still.

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where are they ,i know the two in the front ,but the other two would be where
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Do yourself a favor and look underneath. There are 2 up front (driver/passenger) and 2 in the back where the backseat passengers feet would be. If the previous owner sprayed a bedliner in there you should still be able to see everything from under the carriage. Hope this helps. If not let me know and I'll snap some pics of mine (99 TJ)
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since were on this subeject, i have a quick question..i had my hard top on and it rained like crazy, while nothing got wet except my driver,passenger and back seats rugs got wet. i did have all four plugs covered. any idea where the water came from?
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Start checking your seals on the top. Normally right round the edge of the doors it were it leaks in.
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great thank you ill check when it rains hard again....
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Do yourself a favor and look underneath. There are 2 up front (driver/passenger) and 2 in the back where the backseat passengers feet would be. If the previous owner sprayed a bedliner in there you should still be able to see everything from under the carriage. Hope this helps. If not let me know and I'll snap some pics of mine (99 TJ)
Duh! I dont know why I didnt think of this!!! I will see what I cant find and let you know if I still need help. Thanks! (Old owner was a moron!) He has neon lights under the doors... LOL
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Old 05-09-2010, 06:45 AM   #9
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Went under the jeep and their is no plugs anywhere! Even opposite side of the one I DO have one!

Drilled some holes and I am going to get the plug this week... Problem solved!

(I think he welded them shut?)
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hey speaking of these plugs, i recently was offroading and noticed some water at my feet and the passengers feet. i went to go pull the plugs to get the water out, and there weren't any plugs there. just an open hole! haha. sweeet. so i was just wondering were i could find some plugs?
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