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Old 08-23-2016, 07:03 PM
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Interior door sill fix

I have only had my Jeep for a short while and this weekend I let someone sit in the back. They ended up stepping on the plastic by the door and it pushed down. I tried pulling on it and massaging it but it won't align or pop back out. Its nor flush anymore. Any idea how to fix this? I kinda can't believe it was build with a hollow space under right where one needs to step. Def a little challenging to step over.

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Old 08-23-2016, 08:05 PM   #2
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Not only will you have this issue, but they will get scuffed up as well. I've had my jeep for about three months and the front ones are scuffed up pretty bad, rears aren't as bad but still scuffed up.

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I noticed that all the plastic in these jeeps marks very very easily. I detail mine once a week and am the only one in it and scratches everywhere.


How do i fix that door sill the gap is really bugging me.
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You gotta pop the other one that is over it off, then bring it back up over.
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You gotta pop the other one that is over it off, then bring it back up over.
yea that seems to be the answer.

and I agree the plastic in these is so sensitive, especially for a vehicle that is marketed as "rugged." I have tossed a couple camp chairs in the back when we went to some friends house on July 4th... the little feet on the chairs put two big scuffs in the plastic... I was just setting them down!
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