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04-08-2012 05:55 PM
2002TJ never mind, I found solution
04-08-2012 12:39 PM
2002TJ
Removal of Grille and question about wire loom inside

Hello Gents, I'm planning to remove my grill for various mods including bed lining.I've been eye ballin it and it's simple nuts n bolts except the large wireloom that runs left to right inside upper grille....I can't find connectors close to grille. Instead, wires on both end merge into other looms endlessly.Is there a connector up inside top of grille that I can access once it's pulled forward away from radiator? If there is, I can disconnect both sides in the middle and just pull each half from rear headlight holes.Thanks

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