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how do you remove the doors from a 2004 jeep wrangler
Some Wrangler models, (at least 2005 and up, maybe more), have a fuse labeled, "Door switch defeat." Fuses are behind the glove box door. Remove that fuse and the interior light will stay off, BUT, you can still turn the interior lights on manually. I'd suggest taping the fuse inside your glove box door so it' will be handy to replace when you replace the doors.
There are no lights. their just reflectors.
remove fuse-Look in manual for which one
Fuse number 4 disconnects the doors switch from turning on the interior lights
I do'nt want to just pull the fuse so what is the best way to keep my dome lights "off" when i take the doors off my 2004 Jeep Wrangler X
on the bottom of the hinge pins there is a nut, you remove that and then lift the doors straight up!!
to remove the doors you un-bolt the door then you lift the door up and off of the hinge.
In my1999 Wrangler all I have to do is pull out fuse #4 and that solves the problem. It may be different in a 2005. If you have your owners manual, check there. In the section on removing the hardtop you should find instructions on how to remove the doors as well. The fuse number should be listed there. In my1999 Wrangler all I have to do is pull out fuse #4 and that solves the problem. It may be different in a 2005. If you have your owners manual, check there. In the section on removing the hardtop you should find instructions on how to remove the doors as well. The fuse number should be listed there.
The doors pull straight up and out of the hinges, dont forget to unhook the strap.
locate the fuse to the interior lights and remove it. On our 98 Explorer you turn the dash light adjustment switch off, next to the headlight switch.
Unplug the switches right behind the carpet on each side, its right behind the little black plunger which sticks through the door frame.
There is a fuse you can pull located in the fuse panel behind the glove box. I can't remember which fuse it is, but i pull mine all the time. Simply look through the owner's manual and find the schematic for the fuse panel. The fuse only runs the interior light. Once you pull this, you can ride without the doors with no interior lights.
If the interior lights do not come on it could be because the bulbs burned out. It can also be because the fuse blew out as well.
on each door, there is a button on the door frame close to the dash that activates the lights. Pull the connections form the switches on each side. On my 91, the passeger side has 1 connection & driver's has 2, mark then to get them back in the right place when the doors go back on.
why would a 1995 ford f150 interior and cargo lights stay on with the doors closed ?
a little WD 40 should do the trick
No. Common practice after removing doors.
Removing the doors to TJ model Jeeps on requires removing the 2 nuts under the door hinges on each side. These nuts are lock nuts so it takes a little effort. Once the nuts have been removed the doors should slide up and off. If you have never removed the doors before it is a good idea to spray a lubricant on the hinges first to allow easier removal. Remove the limiting straps from the inner holder under dash, with windows down gently push up on door while swinging it in and out. Careful as the doors are heavy. At this point your interior lights will stay on unless you have adapters that hold them in. Another way is to remove glove box and pull fuse #10, that controls interior light only.
I believe if you turn your gauge panel dimmer switch all the way it turns on the interior lights when all the doors are closed
Get a 13 mm wrench and take the nuts off the bottom of the hinge pins. Ensure you remove the stop straps. Then remove the glove compartment, and remove the fuse to the doors to turn the dome light off.
What year of Wrangler is it? On the YJ's you unhook the door strap and unscrew one bolt on the bottom of the hinge and it should lift right off.