2018 JL sport power door locks

Gina

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I took my wrangler sport to a local shop to have keyless entry added, as well as auto lights. Everything came to $699 installed plus tax. I also had remote start put in for an additional $200. A friend owns the shop and did this for me, so I think it would’ve been a lot more money if he hadn’t discounted his labor so much





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It cost $270-300 for the power latches for power locks and around $800-900 for the all parts needed to do the power windows. Then you have to buy a wires. I bought the wire color that the wiring diagram shows and the correct pins to insert to the appropriate connector. That cost me around $100. It was costly but it turned out great. Since I inserted pins to the OEM connectors when I'm taking the doors off I'm still only taking that single connector off not multiple. If someone needs a parts list message me. I believe I still have everything in a word file. Also another thing to note is that body harness is already wired to run power locks and power windows to the rear doors and swing gate. Basically you only need to run wires for the front two doors.
Nice.I wish i would have gone that route early on but at the time I had my JL there wasn’t much info out etc. Oh well. I no longer have it but I still come on here to answer questions on my power lock write-up. GOod work everyone.
 

Taggerz

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It cost $270-300 for the power latches for power locks and around $800-900 for the all parts needed to do the power windows. Then you have to buy a wires. I bought the wire color that the wiring diagram shows and the correct pins to insert to the appropriate connector. That cost me around $100. It was costly but it turned out great. Since I inserted pins to the OEM connectors when I'm taking the doors off I'm still only taking that single connector off not multiple. If someone needs a parts list message me. I believe I still have everything in a word file. Also another thing to note is that body harness is already wired to run power locks and power windows to the rear doors and swing gate. Basically you only need to run wires for the front two doors.

Any chance I can get a copy of the parts list? Would appreciate it! I just want to do door locks on a base sport, not windows.
 

tpaxia

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It cost $270-300 for the power latches for power locks and around $800-900 for the all parts needed to do the power windows. Then you have to buy a wires. I bought the wire color that the wiring diagram shows and the correct pins to insert to the appropriate connector. That cost me around $100. It was costly but it turned out great. Since I inserted pins to the OEM connectors when I'm taking the doors off I'm still only taking that single connector off not multiple. If someone needs a parts list message me. I believe I still have everything in a word file. Also another thing to note is that body harness is already wired to run power locks and power windows to the rear doors and swing gate. Basically you only need to run wires for the front two doors.
It looks like a nice solution, especially if one could use some door lock switches instead of changing the entire panel... Could you post your part list please? In particular, I don't understand why 68250661AC (from the other power locks thread) is way more expensive than the other latches...

Did you actually get the speed sensitive locks and fobik working?

Thank you!
 
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