How to Remove Jeep Wrangler Soft Tops
If you want feel the full power of your Jeep Wrangler in the fresh Norwalk air, or take advantage of the Jeep 4×4 system and fully enjoy the road less travelled, then you’ll want to learn how to remove your Wrangler soft top. Follow these Jeep soft top removal instructions then be sure to contact us to schedule a test drive at Garavel Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram!
Jeep Wrangler Soft Top Removal Instructions
Follow these steps to remove your new Jeep Wrangler soft top:
- Unclip the sun visors and release the header latches.
- Remove the swing gate bar by opening the swing gate and sail panels.
- Unzip and remove the rear window panel.
- Open the Velcro to expose the side window panel zippers. From there, unzip to remove them. Store them vertically to avoid scratching
- Untuck the sail panels from corners and fold them on top.
- Fold the soft top down in a W shape. Make sure to secure it before driving.
- Secure the side bows with Velcro straps.
Visit Garavel Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram
Head to Garavel Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram if you need any further guidance on how to remove or reinstall your Wrangler soft top, or have questions about Jeep OEM parts. For more about Jeep vehicles, see all that the Jeep Wrangler has to offer with its interior features, find out how much the Jeep Wrangler weighs, and compare the Wrangler vs. the Wrangler JL to find out what each model has to offer.
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