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Today 04:01 AM
Em52
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Originally Posted by mouse1 View Post
What does the w pkg. Give you anyways?
Quick Order Package 24W Willy's Wheeler:

-inc: Engine: 3.6L V6 24V VVT, Transmission: Transmission: 5-Speed Automatic (W5A580), Low Gloss Black Wrangler Decal, Rear Passenger Assist Handles Kit, Wheels: 17" x 7.5" High Gloss Black Willys, Performance Suspension, Anti-Spin Differential Rear Axle, SIRIUS Satellite Radio, 1-Year SIRIUSXM Radio Service, 3.73 Rear Axle Ratio, Willys Wheeler Package, Tires: LT255/75R17 BSW Off Road, Air Conditioning, Deep Tint Sunscreen Windows, MOPAR Slush Mats, Rock Rails, 4-Wheel Drive Swing Gate Decal, Willys Hood Decal, MOPAR Dealer Installed Tow Strap Kit, Connectivity Group, Uconnect Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Vehicle Information Center, Remote USB Port, Tire Pressure Monitoring Display

Em...
Today 03:48 AM
AGS
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Originally Posted by Ehatcher View Post
Make sure you get your trail rated package from the dealer btw. The willys package comes with one. Dealer forgot to mention this and I had to have them ship it to me!
Too funny, I just realized the same thing yesterday as well! Called my salesman, picking it up Saturday.
Today 12:12 AM
Ehatcher Make sure you get your trail rated package from the dealer btw. The willys package comes with one. Dealer forgot to mention this and I had to have them ship it to me!
Yesterday 11:14 PM
mouse1
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Originally Posted by Razer View Post

That is the plan this weekend. Have you tried that with yours, and if so where is it passing through?
I work at a dealership and thats what we do to find problems like these. Sometimes you will be surprised to find out that the water is coming in from a diff. Place than you thought. Let me know what you discover.
Yesterday 11:05 PM
Razer
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Originally Posted by mouse1 View Post
Have you sat inside it and had someone with a power washer spray the whole area of the door? Wait a few Minutes it may take time for the water to work its way though and down to the floor. Start at the bottom of door and work towards top.

That is the plan this weekend. Have you tried that with yours, and if so where is it passing through?
Yesterday 10:34 PM
mouse1
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Originally Posted by Razer View Post

No, not for sure. However there were droplets leading from there onto my mat.
Have you sat inside it and had someone with a power washer spray the whole area of the door? Wait a few Minutes it may take time for the water to work its way though and down to the floor. Start at the bottom of door and work towards top.
Yesterday 10:29 PM
chargermop
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Originally Posted by Muddy Mama View Post

It was 1,300 plus labor ($352). I originally wanted a $750 bumper, but they pulled the "safety" card on me (the crush cans are supposedly the best and trigger the air bags to deploy faster). I have a kid, so of course I couldn't drive away with the less safe bumper!! They showed me one in the lot and it looked pretty great so I'm happy about it.
Wow your Jeep looks great but that is a biggest load of crap I have ever heard the crush cans mandated by the federal government and have nothing to do with the airbag deployment and if they actually said that to you they are complete liars. And used that to upsell you to more expensive bumper now if you like it that's great but he just wanted upsell you. I would never do business with that place again. PS the jeep airbags are deployed by computers not sensors has nothing to do with with the bumper. The crush cans are only for low speed impacts to minimize damage.
Yesterday 10:27 PM
Razer
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Originally Posted by mouse1 View Post
Oh. So you know that it is coming in around the door sill for sure?

No, not for sure. However there were droplets leading from there onto my mat.
Yesterday 10:23 PM
mouse1
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Originally Posted by Razer View Post

The seal at the bottom of the door where it hit's the sill.
Oh. So you know that it is coming in around the door sill for sure?
Yesterday 10:17 PM
Razer
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Originally Posted by mouse1 View Post
The window seal tight to the glass?

The seal at the bottom of the door where it hit's the sill.
Yesterday 10:16 PM
Muddy Mama
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Originally Posted by keviper1 View Post
I saw that AEV bumper in person on the trails a few weeks back. Terrific looking bumper and honestly the only one I like better than the Rubicon X and Rampage bumper. If I remember correctly, the AEV will set you back quite a bit though.
It was 1,300 plus labor ($352). I originally wanted a $750 bumper, but they pulled the "safety" card on me (the crush cans are supposedly the best and trigger the air bags to deploy faster). I have a kid, so of course I couldn't drive away with the less safe bumper!! They showed me one in the lot and it looked pretty great so I'm happy about it.
Yesterday 10:12 PM
mouse1
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Originally Posted by Razer View Post

I've been looking at mine quite a bit, and I'm starting to wonder how it is seeping past/under the seal itself. Maybe the seal just isn't "fat" enough?
The window seal tight to the glass?
Yesterday 10:08 PM
Razer
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Originally Posted by keviper1 View Post
Stupid sexy Jeep is leaking again! Front drivers side door, from the bottom metal door piece. This time, I got a video of the leak.

If I wasn't in love with this Jeep id start the paperwork on a Lemon law. I just can't let wet willy go down like this. Back to the dealer tomorrow.

I've been looking at mine quite a bit, and I'm starting to wonder how it is seeping past/under the seal itself. Maybe the seal just isn't "fat" enough?
Yesterday 10:06 PM
Razer After reading so many stories about the door leaks and the poor performance by the dealers, I am really hesitant to take mine in for repair. I keep hoping some enterprising company comes up with an aftermarket seal that will fix the problem. At least mine is only a small leak.
Yesterday 10:00 PM
WillysGal [QUOTE="keviper1;12189793"]Stupid sexy Jeep is leaking again! Front drivers side door, from the bottom metal door piece. This time, I got a video of the leak. If I wasn't in love with this Jeep id start the paperwork on a Lemon law. I just can't let wet willy go down like this. Back to the dealer tomorrow.[/QUOTE

Damn. Wonder if it's the same leak the rest of us have had.
Yesterday 10:00 PM
Rang glur Loving our new 2014 JKU WILLYS! Amp'd color nothing but smiles with wind in our hair due to ditching the doors and roof! We should have done this years ago....yea, this is our first Jeep!
Yesterday 09:56 PM
keviper1 Stupid sexy Jeep is leaking again! Front drivers side door, from the bottom metal door piece. This time, I got a video of the leak.

If I wasn't in love with this Jeep id start the paperwork on a Lemon law. I just can't let wet willy go down like this. Back to the dealer tomorrow.
Yesterday 08:53 PM
mouse1
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Originally Posted by 1monday View Post

Pick red, pick red, pick red...not too many of those around, I haven't seen one in person yet
What does the w pkg. Give you anyways?
Yesterday 02:49 PM
1monday
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Originally Posted by o3jeff View Post

Those are the same options I'm looking for. I just need to pick a color and order it.
Pick red, pick red, pick red...not too many of those around, I haven't seen one in person yet
Yesterday 02:22 PM
o3jeff
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Originally Posted by TotesMcGotes13 View Post
This. I did the base WW and added AC, Auto trans, and premium soft top. Definitely was cheaper than the W package.
Those are the same options I'm looking for. I just need to pick a color and order it.
Yesterday 12:43 PM
TotesMcGotes13
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Originally Posted by o3jeff View Post
But if you're not getting the power group I think it's cheaper to just add the AC to the base Willy. That's what I'm doing as I'm only looking for AC and the premium top.
This. I did the base WW and added AC, Auto trans, and premium soft top. Definitely was cheaper than the W package.
Yesterday 12:36 PM
Lissa73
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Originally Posted by NoGaBiker View Post
Lissa, is the back of the VDP endcaps solid or hollow? I usually wind up with about 15 pounds of mud stuck up in the hollow backside of the OEM bumper endcaps. Wish they were blanked off.
Afraid these are hollow as well :/


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Yesterday 11:41 AM
o3jeff
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Originally Posted by msubrave View Post
When ordering a 2 door willys what us the difference between the two packages?
But if you're not getting the power group I think it's cheaper to just add the AC to the base Willy. That's what I'm doing as I'm only looking for AC and the premium top.
Yesterday 11:13 AM
StarBrite
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Originally Posted by NoGaBiker View Post
LOL, there you go, Charger!

If Jeep would just admit that they suck at designing and building a leak free product, and instead focus on making a marine-grade interior that doesn't mind getting wet, with "self bailing" features* that let the water out, I think I'd be able to stomach their ineptness at waterproofing a little better. Instead, I've had to spend $700 replacing carpets and covering seats so the thing can survive its dousing without stinking and rotting.

* Yes, I have the drainplugs out, but if it were designed to be driven with them out, they would have splash guards around them that prevent most water from blowing up into the floors through the drain plugs.
What if you found a rubber grommet that would fit in the drain opening? But, before you install it you put a piece of screening or a lightly ventilated mesh (I'm thinking something similar to SpiderWebShade type mesh) over the opening that would be held in place by the grommet?

That would keep more (not perfect, but should definitely lessen the spray) water out of the floor, yet still allow a build up of water to weep out...

I thought I had seen something ready-made like this for backpacks, but I just spent fifteen minutes searching and couldn't come up with the correct search term.


Aha! I know this isn't for a jeep, but this is the kind of thing I was thinking about originally!


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It's made to drain water out of Porsche head/taillight assemblies.
Yesterday 09:34 AM
chargermop
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Originally Posted by NoGaBiker View Post
LOL, there you go, Charger!

If Jeep would just admit that they suck at designing and building a leak free product, and instead focus on making a marine-grade interior that doesn't mind getting wet, with "self bailing" features* that let the water out, I think I'd be able to stomach their ineptness at waterproofing a little better. Instead, I've had to spend $700 replacing carpets and covering seats so the thing can survive its dousing without stinking and rotting.

* Yes, I have the drainplugs out, but if it were designed to be driven with them out, they would have splash guards around them that prevent most water from blowing up into the floors through the drain plugs.
I was just being an ass if there is the least little chance of rain I throw a cover over the top like little girl afraid of getting her hair wet. ;-)
Yesterday 09:29 AM
AF04DAD
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Originally Posted by keviper1 View Post

That's the strangest thing ever, but glad you're happy (you're happy right?). It's weird that your psi indicator works though, you may have the electronics for the connectivity somewhere in the Jeep, just wasn't ever hooked up and they put the wrong steering wheel on...? Hey, you got NAV in the deal. I assume the 730N?
Yes - I am extremely happy to have my Willys. I have wanted one for a long time and glad I waited for the Willys model. I got the 430. It is more than enough for me.
Yesterday 09:26 AM
NoGaBiker LOL, there you go, Charger!

If Jeep would just admit that they suck at designing and building a leak free product, and instead focus on making a marine-grade interior that doesn't mind getting wet, with "self bailing" features* that let the water out, I think I'd be able to stomach their ineptness at waterproofing a little better. Instead, I've had to spend $700 replacing carpets and covering seats so the thing can survive its dousing without stinking and rotting.

* Yes, I have the drainplugs out, but if it were designed to be driven with them out, they would have splash guards around them that prevent most water from blowing up into the floors through the drain plugs.
Yesterday 08:57 AM
chargermop See I think I know where the confusion lies the top and doors are simply for shipping purposes only and should be removed immediately and stored away. Jeeps are intended to be driven naked now go take all that crap off your Jeep and drive naked. :-)
Yesterday 08:01 AM
Torpeyd Most importantly, not an ounce of buyers remorse either.
Yesterday 07:59 AM
Torpeyd
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Originally Posted by keviper1 View Post
No doubt you're correct, but from an engineering standpoint it's a difficult task. AND...we won't see any further engineering until the new model is released in 2017, there are even talks of one Wrangler model with a non removable hard top for this exact reason. If the tops were auto than they could really engineer fixes for the leaks, but with a manual removable top it's 1000x more difficult.
I agree with Kev that manual removable tops can not be remedied with engineering due to the human error factor. I do feel that leaking doors are a bit easier to fix. Even though they are also removable, most of these leaks are happening before anyone had a chance to take the doors off.
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