How to Take the Doors off a Jeep Wrangler

2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4-Door Off-Roading

 

If you’re an adventurous driver, a new or used Jeep Wrangler is the perfect vehicle for your South Phoenix travels. One reason why so many Glendale drivers turn to the Wrangler time and time again is because of its versatility. This model is perfect for family trips and off-road excursions. No matter where you drive, the Jeep Wrangler offers the chance to enjoy an open-air driving experience. If you want to learn how to take a top off a Jeep or how to take the doors off a Jeep, Bill Luke Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram has you covered. Our experts are here to help you customize your ride. Read on below to discover how to take apart your Jeep!

How To Remove the Doors on a Jeep

The first step in learning how to take the doors off a Jeep is to fold down the side mirrors and roll down the windows to protect the glass. Then, follow these steps to take apart your Jeep:

  • Disconnect the power cables by removing the footwell under the dash or by the b-pillar. This should pop off by removing the attached clip.
  • Remove the door straps by gently lifting them off the hooks.
  • Remove the bolt from the door hinges. Then, gently slide the door off and away.
  • Repeat those instructions for the remaining doors. 
  • Disable the door alarm by detaching the negative lead from the battery and putting it aside from the terminal. Then, remove the fuse box cover and look at the diagram to examine the fuses on the underside. Find the Door Jam Defeat fuse and remove it with fuse clips or needle-nosed pliers. Reconnect the negative lead to the battery, and you’re set for your next Phoenix journey. 

Why Would I Take the Doors off my Wrangler?

You can remove your Jeep Wrangler doors for a number of reasons. If you’re traveling off the beaten path, removing your doors will allow you to get closer to your surroundings. The removable panels of your Jeep can help you take in the experience of the elements as you travel to your destination. 

Another great reason to remove your Jeep doors is for fuel consumption. Removing the doors of your Jeep makes it lighter, helping to improve your fuel economy and overall trail experience.

How to Take a Top Off a Jeep

While you may be anxious to learn how to take a top off a Jeep on your own, most experts will tell you that this is more of a team project. To enjoy the full beauty of your surroundings, it’s best to book an appointment with our service department to work with certified Jeep experts as you take your Jeep apart. Trying to remove the top of your Jeep on your own may cause permanent damage, since maneuvering the top is much more difficult than the doors. 

Turn to Bill Luke Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram for Help!

Now that you know how to take apart your Jeep, you’re ready to get closer to the great outdoors than ever before. If you get frustrated trying to take apart your Jeep in your own Laveen garage, schedule an appointment with our team. We’d be happy to help you get your Jeep set up for your next adventure! Contact us to learn more!

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