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post #1 of 3 Old 06-23-2013, 01:46 PM Thread Starter
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98 zj door

I'm trying to take off my door on my ZJ and I'm not sure how anything will help

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I'm trying to take off my door on my ZJ and I'm not sure how anything will help
Basically for the front doors you need to remove the kicker panel to access the wiring harness that goes into the door and disconnect it from the body harness and push the door harness out of the body of the ZJ.

Next scribe around the upper and lower hinges so you can later get the door oriented properly without a ton of messing with it.

Before the next step support the door with a floor jack, and have a friend hold the door steady.

Remove the two upper bolts and the two lower bolts from the upper and lower hinges.

Done!

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Basically for the front doors you need to remove the kicker panel to access the wiring harness that goes into the door and disconnect it from the body harness and push the door harness out of the body of the ZJ.

Next scribe around the upper and lower hinges so you can later get the door oriented properly without a ton of messing with it.

Before the next step support the door with a floor jack, and have a friend hold the door steady.

Remove the two upper bolts and the two lower bolts from the upper and lower hinges.

Done!
Thank you very much I gotta try it next time I have a really nice day out cuz today was way to hot
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