No question about it... But in my mind, the massive roll cage currently used is almost its own enclosure. When you take the top off, these newest Wranglers look like shit. Face it, thanks to our nanny-state minders, the open air CJ is gone forever.
But if you do away with the idea of a...
I'm totally serious... About a week after I got mine, I got a single chime every now and then. As the weeks went on, they became more frequent, to the point where I was hearing them once every five minutes or so.. I just chalked it up to crappy/unreliable electronics.
One day I was riding...
This is the closest I've found for my '20. And they've been "out" since I bought my unit last year:
I suspect they're simply not available to the public yet.
That's your Sirius radio alerting you to the fact that one of your 'favorite' songs is on... (Sirius Radio is never "off". When you turn it off, it's just muted, and continues to monitor the Sirius broadcast.)
Clear your favorites, and those chimes will go away.
That could very well be. But it does seem odd that if this is indeed the problem, your Jeep would have alerted you to a high voltage problem.
Did the trailer guy take a voltage off the harness? this would be the first step of your investigation.
Let's take it a step further... By making the glass removable, Jeep could frame the hard top as part of the body and get rid of that stupid, interior roll cage. It would free up a LOT of interior space, and I would be far more likely to remove the glass than take off the top altogether (which...
Yep.... And the feeling is enhanced by the fact that I have other vehicles for other, unenjoyable tasks-- the truck for work, and the Corolla for errands, crappy weather, and driving in the salt. Jeep time is fun time. Some folks have boats or motorcycles, I have a Jeep. Life is good.