|03-08-2008 12:16 PM|
I think it's the Factory Service Manuel That may Propose a problem not the parts Fiche.
|03-08-2008 09:33 AM|
I will do it in a pm from now on though.
|03-08-2008 08:47 AM|
|rebelBullDawg325||theres several random sites i've stumbled upon that give you all the part numbers just cant seem to recall any at the moment, if i remember some i'll let ya know. also, my dealer always gives me the part number if i go in and ask.|
|03-08-2008 08:32 AM|
|03-08-2008 07:50 AM|
I'm with Donn on this one... plus for some reason, most here cant edit there posts after the time limit has passed.
|03-08-2008 07:38 AM|
I agree - there is nothing wrong with telling people things....
Moreover, would jeep even care? What's the worst that can happen? I identify the part I want before I goto the service centre, saving their sales force valuable time
|03-08-2008 07:18 AM|
It wouldn"t let me edit that post. At least I couldn't figure it out.
|03-08-2008 06:56 AM|
It's not my web site and I am not offering them for download, May you should send your comment to colorado 4 wheel. Besides thay are there for viewing not for download.
|03-08-2008 12:03 AM|
|03-07-2008 11:18 PM|
please edit your post and remove the link. send it in a PM if you want. the FSMs are copyright protected and offering them for a free download is forbidden.
|03-07-2008 10:48 PM|
This one has manuals and parts fiche in pdf.
|03-07-2008 03:42 PM|
|tazmann910||You looking for a service manual? What year jeep?|
|03-06-2008 11:50 PM|
Obtaining Parts numbers
So I see from another thread it's not easy to get hold of the Jeep parts program like you can for say VW. So, can anyone recommend a website or a PDF anywhere online that I can get TJ parts from?
I'd prefer this so I can shop around for my parts online rather than feeling obliged at the local service centre when you have used the Salesmans time to locate something just like a switch for the dash. (if anyone knows the part number for the heater/ac sliders I'd be much obliged!)