Re: [DML] Re: Captive nut for door striker pin
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Re: [DML] Re: Captive nut for door striker pin



Just a note on that - apart from the M5 bolt at the front, the rocker 
panel is very flexible and can be popped off its retaining clips 
allowing access to the screws holding the panel. Trying to remove the 
rocker panel bolts underneath the car is a suicide mission, on even the 
best kept cars!

Martin

Jim Reeve wrote:

>Only took me 30 minutes to do, but on this car the rocker panel had
>previously been removed and re-screwed in using stainless sheet metal
>screws. The rocker panel is what will take you the longest. (Assuming
>you ever had to deal with this hypothetical situation).  Good luck.
>
>Jim Reeve
>MNDMC - Minnesota DeLorean Club
>DMC6960
>  
>





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