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And can I just add, MAN, I am so happy own a vehicle that has been engineered to such tight tolerances that the metallic electrical interfaces can be taken down to the size of a human hair.

Most importantly, the one that I cannot see or easily access, and are meant to be manipulated by me.

Really amazing engineering and technological advances we have in these fine machines.

Stay Blessed Jeep Owners.
 

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Problem solved. Here's a pic of the bent pins. Crazy that they don't break off. I had 5 of em.

Be super careful when plugging your door back in.

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Problem solved. Here's a pic of the bent pins. Crazy that they don't break off. I had 5 of em.

Be super careful when plugging your door back in.

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I see one bent pin top right. I'm having a problem with my drivers side rear passenger door.
 

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I see one bent pin top right. I'm having a problem with my drivers side rear passenger door.
It's been quite a while since I saw this post, but zooming in I see 5 or 6 that are bent.

Even being off the slightest bit they won't seat properly. It's amazing how shoddy the design of this is.

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I see one bent pin top right. I'm having a problem with my drivers side rear passenger door.
Awe heck, just when I am about to comment that the rear door plugs seem so much better & why couldn't they follow that basic design... or heaven forbid similar to the JKU plugs (2007-2018 era). Lord knows I popped those on & off in a hurry a thousand times!
 

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I had my harness replaced for the second time . The harness was getting caught in the door and bending. I finally figured it out when I was on the opposite side of the car and looked at the harness.
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