Ford's reborn Bronco is one of the hottest new vehicles to come out in.
I mean, people have gone nuts for this thing, thanks to its rugged styling, immense capability and clever features like removable doors.
Yep, these things come right off and here's how you do it.
But before you start removing the doors themselves, you've got to do a little bit of prep work.
So in the back of the bronco, here you can see we've got this sort of skydiving harness, basically this is what holds the doors in position once you've removed them from the vehicle.
So there are a couple of removable hooks, here you can **** those right into the roof support, you clip this assembly to that.
You flip those over time to the seats up there.
Then you load your doors right underneath.
Once you get them in there, you latch in here at the hook here and the hook here.
You can snug them up and your doors aren't going anywhere, even when you're out on the trail.
Okay, so now we can actually remove the door but before we do that, you got to make sure the glass is down because that's going for a ride with it as well.
You don't want it exposed and potentially broken.
Then you've got to push the sideview mirrors forward just so they're out of the way and the door doesn't hit them when you're trying to take them off.
Next, pop the door is open.
Disconnect the electrical connector that's here and very clever.
They've included a little spring loaded trap door that keeps dirt and water out of the wiring system.
So when you're off roading, having some fun, you don't start blowing fuses or anything.
Once you do that, there are a couple 10 millimeter bolts.
You want to do those and then you're pretty much ready to take the door off.
So now that the mechanical work is done, we can actually remove this door right here.
However, you're probably gonna wanna protect it from scratches and dings, which is where these very heavy duty optional bags come in.
They slide right on the doors to provide quite a bit of protection and very interesting thing here.
You can see they've included a little diagram of the vehicle that shows which door goes in which bag and then where it goes When you load them in the back because they have to go in a certain order.
Anyway, before I pull the door, I'm just gonna slide this right over top.
Just like that.
It's a little tricky to get started but once you know the secret, it goes on pretty well.
So, pull that in.
Easy like that.
Now that the door is well protected in its carrying bag here all I've got to do, grab it from the bottom here there's a little handle, grab the exterior door handle and lift the thing comes right off and it weighs about 40 pounds though.
Keep in mind, the two door Broncos doors are longer.
There are going to be just a little bit heavier.
So these, just slide on the doors just like this.
Super easy all along.
So now that the door is all zipped up in its carrying tote, all I've got to do loaded in the back of the vehicle Cool, so pick it up just like this.
carry it over up and finagle it just a little bit to get it in there because it's a tight fit in the bag.
But once it's in position like that, for it has a couple of little latches here so you can attach.
This door to the one that you previously loaded so they're all nice and snug.
Okay, so there you go.
That's how you remove the doors on a 2021 Ford Bronco for door now if you want more about this exciting new off road SUV, we've got a few other videos where I show you how to take the fenders off and the grill.
So make sure you check those out.
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