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11-26-2010 11:30 PM
MikeMTJ
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i am new to the jeep world with my 94 wrangler, and have a few questions. i am trying to fix it up myself since there isnt a lot of work needed. the brake light went out, and i think its just the fuse. where is the fuse box and how hard is it to replace? also, i just got a hard top that has a hole cut in already for a sunroof; but it is covered up with a sheet of diamond plate. how hard is it to put in a new sunroof? thanks, and i am glad to be part of the jeep community.
I believe they make kits for sun roofs, but I can't seem to find it. It's not a bad thing to have a sun roof on a hard top. A lot of people, including myself, prefer to ride with a hard top. I mainly drive with one because I live about 5 minutes from the east side of Cleveland, which is the most dangerous part of cleveland.

As for the brake light, which one is out? If it's the third, it's possible that your state doesn't require it. I know that in Ohio, only two are required. Check your state laws just to be on the safe side.
11-26-2010 11:12 PM
SwatCop To put a sunroof in a jeep is sacrilegious, friends may let some friends drink and drive but no friend should let anyone install a sunroof in a Jeep LOL!!! I guess it is not your fault since it already has a hole cut in there so I won’t blame you for it…

You can get those sunroofs just about any automotive shop. You know if you wanted to patch it up and have it look pretty decent you could take it to someone who does fiberglass work and have them patch it or you could do it yourself pretty easily also.

Good luck!
11-26-2010 10:23 PM
Jeep716 Try jc Whitney too they have quite a few sizes of economical sunroofs available. A jig saw will change hole size pretty easy if needed. Very easy to install. Trace cut seal her up and screw her in. I bought one like that before and found a used one in a junkyard to fix it for 25 buck. I'll keep my top with no holes now. Lol Good Luck.
11-26-2010 05:26 PM
RednekYJ It's a jeep, jeeps don't have sunroofs. If I were ever to see one though I bet it would be a chunk of plexiglass and lots of clear silicone. Ya want the sunroof open? Take the top off.

In all seriousness though, if the hole in the roof is this size or smaller you could order this kit.

http://www.quadratec.com/products/71095_911.htm
11-26-2010 05:02 PM
jtob
hard top sun roof

i am new to the jeep world with my 94 wrangler, and have a few questions. i am trying to fix it up myself since there isnt a lot of work needed. the brake light went out, and i think its just the fuse. where is the fuse box and how hard is it to replace? also, i just got a hard top that has a hole cut in already for a sunroof; but it is covered up with a sheet of diamond plate. how hard is it to put in a new sunroof? thanks, and i am glad to be part of the jeep community.

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