Aftermarket Power Windows & Door Removal

emilycutter

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Hey Y'all!

I had an aftermarket power window kit installed into my 2015 JK. I'm now living in warmer weather, which FINALLY allows me to be able to take my doors off and leave them off for an extended period of time.

Unfortunately, I can't seem to figure out how to take my doors off since the wiring isn't the same compared to factory power windows. I've tried taking the interior door panel out and disconnecting wires right at the motor, but I worried I would mess something up so I gave up. Anyone else had this issue or have any ideas? Or is taking my doors off just not possible?

Thanks!
 

ChrispyJL

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so there is no harness you unplug ?
if the wires run straight through then you can't.

check the kick plate to see if there is a plug, down by left foot
 

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This is a JL Wrangler forum. How about you make your own plugs. Just buy some wire disconnects and cut the wires your installer put and there you go.

Something like this: https://amzn.to/2YyEEwt

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