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Old 03-04-2014, 05:31 AM   #1
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Invisibrake Install

Looking to install Invisibrake on our 2003 Jeep Liberty. Would normally do it myself, but due to time constraints, have an appointment at CW to have it done. First they say it doesn't qualify for the $39 install special, plus needs a special relay install at another $149. This Liberty had a brake buddy on it before, and is already rigged to tow. Anyone know why a relay would be needed??

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Gee, I would at least call Invisibrake and ask them about the Relay prior to taking it in. I'm also surprised that it doesn't qualify for the $39 install price, if you bought it from them.

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Old 03-04-2014, 06:42 PM   #3
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I just had CW install my invisibrake. I had an earlier quote within 30 days so they honored the 39.00 bid. They do say on the latest flier that the price for current install is in fact a lot more. Mine was installed on a CRV but did not require any other equipment.
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