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Here's How to Take Off the New Bronco's Roof and Doors

Road & Track logo Road & Track 3/2/2021 Brian Silvestro
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Production of the 2021 Ford Bronco is reportedly set to start at the end of March. That means people will be receiving their vehicles sometime later this year, and they'll want to know how the roof and doors come off. Our sister publication Car and Driver made a video showing us exactly how that's done.

Taking off the Bronco's doors is incredibly easy. All it takes is the removal of two bolts per door, and unplugging the electrical connections from the doors to the car. Just remember to put your windows down and fold out your mirrors before actually taking the doors off. You don't want to damage anything in the removal process, after all.

Removing the roof is a bit more complex. While the two front panels are held in by a few easy-to-use clips, the rear requires a handful of bolts to be removed, as well as a couple of electrical connections to be unplugged. That being said, it shouldn't take you more than 15 to 20 minutes to accomplish since the Bronco comes with its own set of special tools.

After giving us a quick tour of the interior, we're also shown how to remove the big fender flares that come on the Bronco Sasquatch model. Thankfully, it's just a few plastic clips that sit inside the wheel well. Car and Driver even goes as far as to show how to remove the fenders. While it's still remarkably simple by modern engineering standards, it still requires a few tools that aren't included in the Bronco's toolkit.

It's shockingly simple to remove almost every body panel from Ford's Wrangler competitor. © Car and Driver - YouTube It's shockingly simple to remove almost every body panel from Ford's Wrangler competitor.

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