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A-Pillar Switch Pod and Rocker Switch

Rugged Ridge | Part Number: RUG17235.86
  • Technical Details

    • Fits 2007 to 2010 JK Wrangler, Rubicon and Unlimited
    • 2 and 4-door models
    • 4-switches
    • One each of Amber, Green, Red and Blue
    • Will not work if front cage supports installed

Looking for a handy place to mount your accessory switches that doesn’t require cutting or other modifications? The Rugged Ridge A-Pillar Switch Pod for 2007-2010 Wranglers has pre-molded cutouts to allow you to mount up to four aftermarket switches in easy reach on the driver’s side A-pillar. Mounting your switches up and out of the way from the shifter makes the switches easier to reach and use. Each A pillar pod is textured to match your factory interior for the ultimate look and is easy to install. Simply remove the original equipment A-pillar cover and replace with the Switch Pod. Purchase the A-Pillar Pod and four multi color Rocker switches all together and save! 3-year limited warranty.

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  • Q:

    just curious why this switch pod will not work for newer than 2010 wrangler? Mine is a 2013, was there a difference in design on the A pillar after 2010?
    Asked on 1/23/2014 by travis from United States

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      A:

      Hello Travis, yes you are correct, the A-Pillar plastic molding is different. The one you need is #RUG17235.58 you can find it here: jo.my/jk_a-pillar_pod

      Thank you!

      Answered on 1/24/2014 by Bob H from Ohio
  • Q:

    What does "will not work if front cage support is installed"?
    Asked on 1/5/2013 by Anonymous

    1 answer

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      A:

      This refers to the front support of an aftermarket roll cage. If you do not have an aftermarket roll cage, then you shouldn't have any problem installing this Rugged Ridge A-Pillar Switch Pod and Rocker Switch. If you do have an aftermarket roll cage installed, this Switch Pod will not install or function properly. I hope this information is helpful. Thanks!

      Answered on 1/8/2013 by Craig R. from Ohio
  • Q:

    I have a 2008 jeep wrangler x will this part work on my jeep?
    Asked on 10/5/2012 by Goose from Hawaii

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      A:

      Hello! Yes, this Rugged Ridge A-Pillar Switch Pod and Rocker Switches will work on your 2008 JK Wrangler X Jeep. Will not work if you have the front roll cage supports that run down the sides if the windshield frame. Thanks!

      Answered on 10/8/2012 by Bob H from Ohio
  • Q:

    I bought this from you for my 2011 Wrangler Unlimited, I have been having issues trying to remove the existing left (driver side panel) the screw looks to be a philips, but is some type of bolt. How do you remove this?
    Asked on 5/27/2012 by rob from carol stream IL

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      A:

      Hello! The Sun visor bolts use a T-20 torque head screw driver to remove them. The A-pillar trim is held on with a plastic retainer clip. This clip has a center that looks like a Phillip screw. But it is a push pin center. You need to get something small and pointed like a thin knife and push it in between the center and outer ring and pop the Phillips center part out to release the clip. To put it back in just put it back in the hole and push the center section back in to secure the clip. Thank you!

      Answered on 5/29/2012 by Bob H from Ohio
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