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Rear cargo cover removal

I have a rear cargo cover on my 2014 JGC. Does anyone know how to remove it?
It was pretty cold so I didn't take a lot of time to check it out. Just some pushing and pulling. Thought it would pack better for a trip with it out of there. The manual shows it but doesn't say anything about removal. The cover removed pretty easily on other vehicles that I have owned.

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Old 02-01-2014, 11:23 AM
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Re: Rear cargo cover removal

I believe you just lift it out of the grooves, push slightly to one side, since it has a spring in it.
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Old 02-01-2014, 11:53 AM
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Re: Rear cargo cover removal

Yes, spring loaded. Push to collapse spring, then lift up.
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Old 02-01-2014, 01:37 PM
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Re: Rear cargo cover removal

Just like replacing toilet paper on the holder.
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Re: Rear cargo cover removal

Thanks for the help. I evidently just didn't push hard enough last night.

It comes out with no problem when you push the right way.
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Thanks for the help. I evidently just didn't push hard enough last night.

It comes out with no problem when you push the right way.
See toilet paper analogy.
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Re: Rear cargo cover removal

Push to the right and lift the left side up and out.
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Speaking of the cargo shade...it would be nice to be able to store it on board. My outback had a nice space under the lift up floor area above the spare.
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Re: Rear cargo cover removal

I used it on our Volvo XC-70, but since the rear windows are tinted on the Jeep I do not use it. Also I feel that if a passerby sees it extend then "Something cool must be under it."
It is stored in a garbage bag in my garage. I hope I remember it when I sell or trade the Jeep!
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It is stored in a garbage bag in my garage. I hope I remember it when I sell of trade the Jeep!
My rear cargo cover has been down in my basement for almost a year now. Didn't care for the extra noise it would make over the bumps...and I agree, the windows are so tinted that you don't really need it.
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Re: Rear cargo cover removal

One of the first things we did when we brought home our Grand Cherokee was to remove the cover and put it in a closet. Likely never to be seen again until we sell or trade it. Our old GMC Jimmy had one that stowed on the side and was more useful. This one just just gets in the way.
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Re: Rear cargo cover removal

First thing that went was the cargo cover. Its in the hall closet. Then the rear seat was folded down and two dog crates added. Rear seat hasnt been up since.
I really need to vacuum out my GC buts its been too cold. Way too much dog hair, mud and sheep poop. Both dog were covered in mud and sheep poop after herding Saturday. Its great coat and skin conditioner. QVC should sell it.
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