Wondering about wild grapes

Monday, May 9, 2011

Short and Sweet This Morning

This is going to be a short blog, don’t know about the sweet part. That back window in my Jeep Liberty hopefully will be fixed today. You remember, the one I told you about in my Saturday’s blog. I have an appointment for the first thing this morning at the Jeep dealer and hope that it is a simple fix.

Got to run. I will let you know later how it worked out.
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OK, got back.  Glad I went in because I found out a few things.  Talked to a lady who had this same thing done 7 times to her 2007 Liberty.  And another lady who had it happen.  The check out lady said this was very common.  So, now I wonder why there was no recall if they know there is a problem?

Oh well, I am glad it is fixed and yes, Ben, I will do it myself next time.  I think that I will get me some real good suction cups and when I am towing the Liberty behind the motorhome, I will stick them at the bottom of the windows so if they want to fall down the suction cups will prevent that happening.  If they fall down into the door, I would have to pull the panel off to get it back up.  The suction cups would keep the situation from becoming critical, especially if it is raining.

You all have a nice day now, you hear?


  1. Shoot, you should have just taken that door panel off and replaced that motor you own self, silly!! Save all that money for gas for more Flea Market trips :-)

  2. Just glue it shut. You are in Texas for the two days a year without AC or the heater running it will not matter much.

  3. Ben, I will do that next time.

    Barney, was thinking more in line of rivets.

  4. Cuz it might hurt the bottom line is why.
    Don't have that problem in my 50 Willys lol

  5. Spud, I am jealous, a '50 Willys, WOW!! That is a keeper. Don't make them like that any more.

  6. Yup,fer sure. My Granddad bought it new, then my Dad garaged it and painted, rebuilt the motor every 10 yrs. I've owned it for 20 yrs. now. Still all original, have rewired and replaced all electricals now. I consider it priceless...

    On the flip side, My wife still has her first car.
    A 1968 Mustang GT 390 Fastback, purchased new as her first ride ! She used to go to Carlsbad Raceway and bracket race it. Did 13 flat at 110.
    Says she'll sell it...For $1 million lol