In 1997 they used a grommet style that clipped into the doors. Half way through 1997 they superceded into 1998 using a slide style attachment on the seals. In all of 1998 they used slide style attachment and in 1999 (to current) they switched back to the grommet style.
My 99 TJ has a plastic channel or sleeve that the weatherstripping gets pushed into on my half doors. Is that a different style door seal or will your product also fit on my Jeep if that plastic channel is removed? The grommet style is the only style I can find.
Asked by Josh from Cincinnati, Oh on
Hello Josh, The Crown Automotive Half Door Weatherseal is the 98 and up style. You will remove your channel and the new seal comes with a template that you will drill a couple of holes in the door and simply clip it in. Thanks for the inquiry.
Answered by Adam from Cincinnati, Oh on
how do install this
Asked by charlie from miami florida on
Hello Charlie, The Crown Automotive Half Door Weatherseals attach with tabs that are built into the seal and clip into the door. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask, Thank you.
Answered by [email protected] from miami florida on
I have a 1998 Wrangler TJ. It has the grove to slide into but not sure about the holes to pop into.
Asked by Fred from Alabama on
Hi Fred, This seal has the grommets that attach to the holes in the door, you'll need to remove your seal to verify if it has this grommet style attachment. Thanks for the inquiry.
Answered by Jim G from Alabama on
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