How To Take Apart Your Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator

2021 Jeep Wrangler with No Doors

If you’re looking for a rugged off-roader with an open-air driving experience around McAllen, there’s no better option than the new Jeep Wrangler. The new Jeep Gladiator is also capable but offers extra versatility with the truck bed. Both vehicles feature removable doors and top to add to your overall Mission driving experience. Continue reading to learn how to take the top and doors off a new Jeep Wrangler or Gladiator today with Burns Motors.

Steps On Taking Apart Your Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator

It might require another person to assist with removing the doors and top, but taking apart your Jeep Wrangler or Gladiator can be done in just a few steps with directions we’ve provided below:

How To Take Doors Off Your Jeep

  • If your vehicle has windows, begin rolling them down to keep the glass protected.
  • Disconnect any power cables by the footwell or b-pillars.
  • Remove the door straps by gently lifting them off the hooks.
  • Remove the door hinge bolt and gently move the door off and store the doors and bolts somewhere safe.

We recommend lubing the door hinges for an easier job the next time you want to remove your Jeep doors.

How To Take the Top Off Your Jeep

  • Start by undoing the latches and levers from the front two panels and they should be able to lift right off.
  • You can stop here if you only want the front portion of the roof off or you can continue removing the remaining panels by disconnecting the wire harness.
  • Remove the bolts located near the rear glass using the provided toolkit. If you can’t locate your tool kit, feel free to contact our parts department.
  • Once the wiring harness has been disconnected and bolts are removed, get some assistance and you should be able to remove the rear top off your Jeep.

You can now enjoy your adventures around Edinburg and Pharr with your doors and top off. If you have any questions or need assistance with taking apart your Jeep, please reach out to our service department.

We Can Help You Take Apart Your Jeep at Burns Motors!

Taking your doors and top off your Jeep allows you to explore the unbeaten path and enjoy the full experience. Off-road enthusiasts love that the Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator offer the ability to remove panels and doors because to fully immerse themselves in off-road adventures. If you’re ready to experience the open-air in a rugged Jeep, visit us at Burns Motors today and our team of finance experts will be more than happy to assist. While you can remove the doors and top off your Jeep yourself, please take caution in doing so to avoid damaging anything. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

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