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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-11-2018, 09:32 AM Thread Starter
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I recently became a commander owner. It seems that my jeep is missing the cover that goes over the jack compartment, the carpeted one that brings it level with the third row seats when folded down. Does anyone know what part number that may be? I've been searching various parts sites but cant seem to find that one. Any help or direction is greatly appreciated!

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Have you checked pick and pulls? I am not sure where to look for parts like that other than a junkyard.
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Not sure of a part number, but I did a quick search and found one on eBay. I searched 2007 JEEP COMMANDER REAR INTERIOR CARGO COVER JACK COVER TRIM. $75 seems steep to me, but it's an option. Personally, I would check the local junk yards.
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After seeing the picture of it on ebay I feel really dumb. I already have that part, but for some reason it was installed upside down which created an uneven floor. I took it out, felt the carpet side on the bottom and it hit me. Flipped it over and it fit like a glove.

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After seeing the picture of it on ebay I feel really dumb. I already have that part, but for some reason it was installed upside down which created an uneven floor. I took it out, felt the carpet side on the bottom and it hit me. Flipped it over and it fit like a glove.

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It's actually designed to be turned with either side up - can be used as a tray when the carpet side is down or as a cover over the jack.

Glad you got it figured out!


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After seeing the picture of it on ebay I feel really dumb. I already have that part, but for some reason it was installed upside down which created an uneven floor. I took it out, felt the carpet side on the bottom and it hit me. Flipped it over and it fit like a glove.

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Glad it worked out!!! Saved some money too!
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After seeing the picture of it on ebay I feel really dumb. I already have that part, but for some reason it was installed upside down which created an uneven floor. I took it out, felt the carpet side on the bottom and it hit me. Flipped it over and it fit like a glove.

Thanks for the help!
This is a pretty good one.....LOL.


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It's actually designed to be turned with either side up - can be used as a tray when the carpet side is down or as a cover over the jack.

Glad you got it figured out!


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