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11-23-2009 10:31 PM
saharaman09 I had my center console lid replaced in September with this issue. All good now!
11-23-2009 07:00 PM
JeepCan24 Thank you for the quick replies. Now I can make an educated decision of whether to live with the issues or have the Dealer address these.
11-23-2009 06:59 PM
WranglerX2009 TSB:
23-010-09 Rev A - Wind-Noise

2007-2009 Jeep Wrangler JK's

Part Numbers Replaced:
68049276AB HEADER-FOLDING TOP
68003640AB STAYPAD-FOLDING TOP

I need this done to my 09, but I bought it used..... will they still do it?
11-23-2009 06:44 PM
The Great Escape II Here is a website that has them all.

http://www.alldata.com/tsb/Chrysler/index-issue.html
11-23-2009 06:42 PM
USAntigoon
Quote:
Originally Posted by JeepCan24 View Post
I'm looking for the following TSBs for my 09 Wrangler.

23-018-09:Interior-Center Console Opens When Locked

23-005-09:Body-Water Leak at Upper A-Piller Door Seals

23-010-09A:Body-Wind Noise From Windshield/Soft Top Header

I'm curious how Chrysler is addressing these issues.
Hope this will help..I cannot upload the pic's yet

NUMBER: 23-018-09
GROUP: Body
DATE: May 27, 2009
SUBJECT:
Center Console Opens When Locked
OVERVIEW:
This bulletin involves modifying and biasing the latch forward to engage more of the lock mechanism with the console.
MODELS:
2008 - 2009 (JK) Wrangler
SYMPTOM/CONDITION:
Some customers may experience a condition where their center console can be forced open with light pressure when it is in the locked position. This may be due to minimal engagement of the latch with the console.
DIAGNOSIS:
1. Lock the center console. Check to make sure the console is locked.
2. Apply light hand pressure (2.25 to 4.5 Kg [5 to 10 Lbs]) to the latch while pulling up and rearward on the console cover.
3. Can the locked latch mechanism be overcome and console lid opened?
a. YES >> Perform the Repair Procedure
b. NO >> Further diagnosis is required, this bulletin does not apply.


SPECIAL TOOLS/EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:
REPAIR PROCEDURE:
1. Open the console and remove the latch mechanism.


2. Using a drill motor and 5/16 Inch bit, enlarge the two (2) attachment holes in the latch (Fig. 1). Remove any burrs that may be left by the drilling operation.
3. Locate the 2 alignment pins on the backside of the mechanism (Fig.1). Using a hacksaw, grinder or file, remove the two (2) alignment pins taking care not to damage the "A" surface of the latch. If necessary, remove the two bumpers to prevent damage.
NOTE : The alignment pins must be fully removed to leave a flush condition.
4. If the bumpers were removed, reinstall the bumpers.
1. Install the latch into the console lid. Bias the latch forward. While applying forward pressure, tighten the fasteners.
2. Using light pressure as described in diagnosis, check latch locking function.
POLICY:
Reimbursable within the provisions of the warranty.


NUMBER: 23-005-09
GROUP: Body
DATE: March 24, 2009
THIS BULLETIN SUPERSEDES TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN 23-002-08, DATED JANUARY 15, 2008 WHICH SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM YOUR FILES. ALL REVISIONS ARE HIGHLIGHTED WITH **ASTERISKS** AND INCLUDE THE ADDITION OF ADDITION OF THE 2009 MODEL YEAR, UPDATED PART NUMBERS AND DIAGNOSIS.
SUBJECT:
Soft Top - Water Leak At Upper A-Pillar Door Seal To Door Rail Interface
OVERVIEW:
This bulletin involves the addition of foam to eliminate a possible water leak at the upper A-Pillar.
MODELS:
2007 - **2009** (JK) Wrangler
NOTE :This bulletin applies to vehicles equipped with a soft top or a dual top (sales code GWK, VJ0 Or AEM).
SYMPTOM/CONDITION:
On soft top equipped vehicles, water may leak past the door seal to door rail interface at the upper A-Pillar.
DIAGNOSIS:
1. **Verify that the soft top is correctly installed and fastened correctly to the vehicle. The soft top cover should be located and clamped in the correct sequence as described in the Owners Manual.**
2. **Apply water to the affected area for about 3 - 5 minutes while inspecting the interior of the vehicle for possible water leaks and leak source. **
3. **Is the source of the water leak coming from the interface of the door seal to the door rail at the upper A-Pillar?
a. Yes >> Perform the Repair Procedure.
b. No >> This bulletin does not apply, further diagnosis required.**




PARTS REQUIRED:
REPAIR PROCEDURE:
1. Fold back the entire soft top.
2. Remove the front left and right plastic door rail frame from the vehicle body.


3. Inspect the windshield header seal molded details to ensure that the dark gray foam is present and not damaged. The dark gray foam is located at each outer end of the windshield header seal. If the dark gray foam is damaged, remove the old foam and replace with new dark gray foam from the Replacement Foam Replacement kit (Fig 1).
NOTE : The Replacement Foam Repair Kit includes all foam pieces for the vehicle. Not all foam pieces in the kit will be required for this Repair Procedure.
4. On the door rail - Obtain the black foam piece from the Replacement Foam Repair Kit. The black foam pieces are handed (one for the left side and one the right side). Select the correct side black foam piece.


5. Temporarily line up (loose fit) the perimeter of the black foam piece to the front edge of the door rail (Fig 2).
6. Remove the white protective backing from the black foam piece and attach the black foam to the door rail.


7. Wrap the black foam around the front edge of the door rail (Fig 3).
8. Complete the installation of the black foam to the door rail by wrapping the foam onto the underside of the door rail.
9. Repeat the above procedure for the opposite side.
10. Raise and install the soft top to the vehicle. It is important to install the soft top in the correct installation sequence as referenced in the Owners Manual (DealerCONNECT > TechCONNECT > Owner Manuals or Jeep.com > For Owners > Servicing and Operating My Vehicle > Owner/Service Manuals).
POLICY:
Reimbursable within the provisions of the warranty.


NUMBER: 23-010-09 REV. A
GROUP: Body
DATE: July 01, 2009
THIS BULLETIN SUPERSEDES TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN 23-010-09, DATED APRIL 17, 2009, WHICH SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM YOUR FILES. ALL REVISIONS ARE HIGHLIGHTED WITH **ASTERISKS** AND INCLUDE LABOR OPERATION NUMBER CHANGES.
SUBJECT:
Soft Top - Wind Like Sound at Header
OVERVIEW:
This bulletin involves replacing the Header Seal Plate with a new design.
MODELS:
2007 - 2009 (JK) Wrangler
NOTE :This bulletin applies to vehicles equipped with a Soft Top (sales code VJO) built before March 2, 2009 (MDH 0302XX).
SYMPTOM/CONDITION:
The customer may experience a wind-like sound at the Windshield to Soft Top Header.
The condition may be due to the header seal plate warping.
DIAGNOSIS:
1. Verify that the top is correctly installed and fastened to the vehicle. The soft top cover should be located and clamped in the correct sequence as described in the Owners Manual (DealerCONNECT > TechCONNECT > Owner Manuals or Jeep.com > For Owners > Servicing and Operating My Vehicle > Owner/Service Manuals)
2. Is If the source of the wind like sound coming from the windshield header?
a. YES >> Perform the Repair Procedure
b. NO >> Further diagnosis is required, this bulletin does not apply.


PARTS REQUIRED:
REPAIR PROCEDURE:


1. Release and fold back the soft top to the vehicle. It is important to roll back the soft top in the sequence referenced in the Owners Manual (DealerCONNECT > TechCONNECT > Owner Manuals or Jeep.com > For Owners > Servicing and Operating My Vehicle > Owner/Service Manuals). Release the soft top from the windshield header and fold back as shown in (Fig 1) following the steps in the owners manual.


2. Carefully remove the screws at each end (side) of the header seal plate (Fig. 2)
NOTE :When removing the screws remember their locations because they will differ in size and style.


3. Remove screws under the flange on the left and right sides as shown in (Fig. 3).


4. Remove the two screws on the upper header assembly from both sides as shown in (Fig. 4).


5. Remove the header assembly and all remaining fasteners as shown in (Fig. 5).
6. Remove windshield header seal plate from the soft top.


7. Feed the soft top material onto the lower header using masking tape to assure proper placement as shown in (Fig. 6).


8. Install the new header seal plate by installing fasteners from the center outward as shown in (Fig. 7).
9. Re-secure the header to the support rods in reverse of the removal process as shown from Step # 4 to Step # 2.
10. Raise and install the soft top to the vehicle. It is important to install the soft top in the correct installation sequence as referenced in the Owners Manual (DealerCONNECT > TechCONNECT > Owner Manuals or Jeep.com > For Owners > Servicing and Operating My Vehicle > Owner/Service Manuals).
11. Verify the soft top is properly secured against the header seal.
POLICY:
Reimbursable within the provisions of the warranty.
11-23-2009 06:26 PM
JeepCan24
TSBs for 09 Wrangler

I'm looking for the following TSBs for my 09 Wrangler.

23-018-09:Interior-Center Console Opens When Locked

23-005-09:Body-Water Leak at Upper A-Piller Door Seals

23-010-09A:Body-Wind Noise From Windshield/Soft Top Header

I'm curious how Chrysler is addressing these issues.

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