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^^^thats the handle to put your car in neutral. Say for example the battery is dead or the car cannot start but needs to be moved, you just yank up on that orange cord and that black plastic lever moves up engaging neutral.
As far as the lost screw, move your seats up and there is enough of a gap that you can usually wiggle a finger through between the carpet and plastic side of the console. It might just be in there and will fall down if you spread the gap a bit. Try that first.

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^^^thats the handle to put your car in neutral. Say for example the battery is dead or the car cannot start but needs to be moved, you just yank up on that orange cord and that black plastic lever moves up engaging neutral.
As far as the lost screw, move your seats up and there is enough of a gap that you can usually wiggle a finger through between the carpet and plastic side of the console. It might just be in there and will fall down if you spread the gap a bit. Try that first.
haha you the man

I had a spare screw with the same thread i put onfor the man time - hopefully i can find that missing screw.

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Does anyone have any pictures of rock rails installed on a Billet Silver HA? In the final stages of deciding whether or not I want them and wanted to try to find a picture on a silver HA.
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Anyone have the Grand Cherokee rubber floor mats??? I was thinking of getting those or the Weather Tech liner. Anyone have experience with either of these?

I have the Jeep branded all weather floor mats. Personally, love them. One of the best purchases for the Jeep to date.


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I have the Jeep branded all weather floor mats. Personally, love them. One of the best purchases for the Jeep to date.


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I have the Jeep branded all weather floor mats, and also I have Weather Tech in my Acura.

After looking at pictures of other peoples floor mats here, the Jeep ones do not nearly go as close to the edge as the 3rd party ones do. The jeep drivers floor mat is kinda clunky as it covers the foot rest area and has some extra material that doesn't lay completely flat. The jeep rear seat all weather mat also has a ton of exposed areas around the edges. Both the husky and weather tech look be more precisely fitted.
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Re: 2015-2016 High Altitude Owners Thread

Anyone have success with putting a roof rack on their High Altitude? Because we have the low profile roof rails, does that require us to purchase additional equipment for a rack to be mounted? Any info is appreciated.

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Anyone have success with putting a roof rack on their High Altitude? Because we have the low profile roof rails, does that require us to purchase additional equipment for a rack to be mounted? Any info is appreciated.

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I need to know this as well - Been looking, dont really want to add rails if i dont have to
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Anyone have success with putting a roof rack on their High Altitude? Because we have the low profile roof rails, does that require us to purchase additional equipment for a rack to be mounted? Any info is appreciated.

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I know this isn't the answer you're looking for, but I swapped out the plastic trim rails for the functional rails from other WK2 models. It takes maybe 10 minutes to swap the rails, and now they're actually useful.




There are a couple threads here about roof racks that are compatible with the plastic trim rails.
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Re: 2015-2016 High Altitude Owners Thread

I think it has been discussed that the Whispbars with the 624 fit kit is what you want.
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Re: 2015-2016 High Altitude Owners Thread

@englanderm is right, check out the thread below from the SRT section about whispbars.

Whispbar roof rack pics on 2015 SRT
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So did your running boards require any special mods to fit your HA or were they able to bolt right on?


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Re: 2015-2016 High Altitude Owners Thread

They look great. They appear to allow mud guards as well. Was it tough to install?


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