How to Take the Doors off Your Jeep Wrangler: A Step-by-Step Guide

2019 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

If you are a driver in search of adventure, there’s no better companion than a used Jeep Wrangler or new Jeep Wrangler. The iconic Wrangler includes removable and added parts so you can customize your driving experience for your next journey. Learning how to take the doors off your Jeep Wrangler is easy with our comprehensive guide.

How To Remove the Doors on a Jeep

If your Wrangler model has windows, you will want to bring down the windows to protect the glass before taking the doors off your Jeep Wrangler. Once this is done, take the following steps:

  • Disconnect any power cables by removing the footwell under your dashboard or by the b-pillar. This should pop off by removing the clip that attaches it.
  • Carefully remove the door straps by lifting them off the hooks.
  • Remove the bolt from the door hinges. With caution, slide the door off and away.

That’s all you have to do to enjoy a doorless ride around Longview. To ensure your doors do not become damaged when not in use, store them in a safe and dry place. Lubing the door hinges is another great tip because this will help the door slide off with ease the next time you want to take the doors off your Wrangler.

Why Would I Take the Doors off my Wrangler?

There are several reasons you may want to opt for a doorless ride in your Wrangler. If you’re driving around Marshall or taking the road less traveled, you are able to fully take in all of the beautiful scenery without obstruction. You may also simply like the look of a Wrangler without the doors.

Another reason to take off the doors on your Jeep is that it helps with the overall fuel consumption or weight of the vehicle itself. A lighter vehicle typically requires less fuel, so taking the doors off of your Jeep Wrangler can also save you a bit of money at the gas pump.

Turn to the Experts at Peters Chevrolet Buick Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Fiat

Whatever your reason, our service team at Peters Chevrolet Buick Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Fiat is here to help you if you encounter a challenge when you take the doors off your Wrangler. Set up an appointment with one of our highly-skilled technicians today and we’ll have the doors off of your Jeep Wrangler in no time.

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