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I am in need of identifying the names of a few parts so i can get them replaced as at the moment it is looking like it is cheaper to replace then to get repaired. Some very unkind person has decided to battery acid or egg or something my car and Im trying to find out the name of a few certain parts.

This is not my vehicle but if anyone could help me with any information it would be much appreciated That black one is mine
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That piece is called the cowl.

Actually the cowl is the panel closest to the bonnet. The bit above is the windscreen surround
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You have highlighted a cowl panel - These are the same for all years except the 97 cowl panel has extra vents.
Also a lower windshield hinge - I doubt very much upper and lower halves of this hinge are available separately.
I've seen the other piece you highlighted described as 'Inner Side Cowl Panel'

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The other Jeep posters are spot on the money and correct. The hinges would be sold together, top part and bottom part, but usually sold as a pair so you get both sides at the same time.

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It looks like yours are painted the body color, it may be better to get a steel one to prep for paint easier (rather than a chrome or powder coated set).

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Thanks very much fellas. You guys have been a massive help
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mate try hammonds in Brisbane they quoted me 500 for bonnet and 150 for crowl panel (or as they called it the pullem chamber cover )don't get from the states at the moment our exchange rate is rubbish and be paying 30% more then what they quote
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mate try hammonds in Brisbane they quoted me 500 for bonnet and 150 for crowl panel (or as they called it the pullem chamber cover )don't get from the states at the moment our exchange rate is rubbish and be paying 30% more then what they quote
Sorry mate, but I think you mean Plenum Chamber.
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