Door Frame Installation — Four-Door Models

1. Install the rear door frame first.

2. Set the door frame pin into the hole on top of the body side, just behind the rear door opening.

3. Position the top of the door frame against the metal sport bar and press onto

3. Position the top of the door frame against the metal sport bar and press onto the side bar making sure not to pinch the material of the sports bar covers and to ensure it is properly positioned on the seal above the front of the rear door.

4. Loosely install the rear knob (long knob) to hold the door rail in position.

4. Loosely install the rear knob (long knob) to hold the door rail in position.

5. Carefully set the front of the front door frame in the rubber seal at the top of the windshield.

6. Clip the front of the door rail over the side bar making sure that the material

6. Clip the front of the door rail over the side bar making sure that the material for the side bar cover is not pinched by the door frame.

7. Position the rear of the front door frame to lay on top of the front of the rear door frame. Ensure the seals are installed correctly to avoid water leaks.

8. Loosely install both knobs beginning with the front knob (long knob). Then,

8. Loosely install both knobs beginning with the front knob (long knob). Then, install the middle knob (short knob) through the front and rear door frames and screw into the top of the B-pillar.

9. Tighten the front knob, then the rear most knob, and then the middle knob. Repeat this procedure for the other side.

Soft Top — Two-Door Models

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