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Post  mr.steamy 5/31/2013, 3:32 pm

Just curious for those that ride door-less, what do you use to keep the "door open chime" and the cab light off?
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Post  janesy 5/31/2013, 3:54 pm

I pull the fuse behind the glove compartment. They do sell some clips to put over the door sensors tho or you could wire something up.

I think its the bottom right fuse in the panel, possibly 1 up from the bottom?

Thats the quick and dirty way to do it, but its free...
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Post  Mark 5/31/2013, 5:05 pm

Take the glove box off(remove strap, it slides off at the glove box) then let the box come down and take it out. Next you will see the fuse panel, get a pair of tweezers/ needle nose pliers and take out the red 10 amp fuse all the way on the bottom and all the way to the right. Its fuse 4 or 14.
Put the glove box back the way you took it out(dont forget the strap).

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Post  mr.steamy 5/31/2013, 9:03 pm

Thanks! I saw the clips, was just curious what others did. Thanks again!
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Post  Mark 5/31/2013, 9:08 pm

Do you have an owners manual Derrell?
I took my fuse out when I got my jeep,
if you need the interior light you just turn it on at the headlight switch.
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Post  mr.steamy 5/31/2013, 9:59 pm

I do. I'll check it out. Might try and take the doors off tomorrow.
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Post  Andrew Miller 6/1/2013, 1:59 am

I take my fuse out during the summer when i have the soft top on, and put it back in when i put the hard top back on, needle nose pliers makes quick work when pulling the fuse.

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