How to replace the Jeep Wrangler interior
A new Jeep Wranglers interior can be a tough job to pull off, especially when it comes to the engine.
But it can be done, and it’s worth it.
We’ve covered this topic in detail here, but here’s how to replace most of the Jeep’s exterior.
Install the front bumper and the rear bumper 2.
Remove the battery box 3.
Remove any interior panel 4.
Install an air filter 5.
Replace the front spoiler, which is the bottom of the car.
Install a new roof bracket 7.
Install new bumpers and roll cages.
Replace interior wiring harnesses 9.
Remove and replace the fog lights.
Replace all electrical wiring and wiring harness assemblies 11.
Replace exhaust system 12.
Install air filters and/or catalytic converters.
Install exhaust pipes 14.
Install headlamp covers.
Install fog lights and fog lights filters.
Install rear window covers.
Install door seals and door locks.
Install brake pads.
Install any interior trim.
Replace any engine hardware.
Install exterior bodywork.
Install bumpers, roll cages, doors, and trim.
Install hoods and side skirts.
Install headlights, taillights, side mirrors, and any other interior lighting.
Install windshield wipers.
Install tail lamps and fog lamps.
Install taillight, taingrights, and fog lamp housings.
Install sun visors.
Install front fog lamps, taalight, and taingrim.
Install back fog lamps and taalights.
Install side windows and windshields.
Install roof panels and roof rails.
Remove interior paint.
Remove rear door handlebar.
Remove front wheel.
Remove all other vehicle parts.