2020 Jeep Gladiator Mojave: Review

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Removing Doors, Roof
To remove the doors, Jeep provides users with a small tool kit with instructions. By disconnecting the wire harness and removing three bolts, each door easily lifts out for an open-air driving experience. The rear roof section requires more bolt removal; this section is a fairly heavier, more cumbersome piece of kit and requires two people to safely remove it. Finally — for those who want more wind directly in their faces — a few more bolts spun to the left means the windshield can be folded down onto the hood. Jeep provides a handy storage box for all bolts, ensuring that all are available when it comes time to put Gladiator back together.

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