[DML] Re: doors rubbing T panel
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[DML] Re: doors rubbing T panel



hi

in the workshop manual, i think it does say to bend the tabs (or 
clips it calls them).

i did it carefully, and panel lifts at the back but pad is holding 
it and seems reluctant to let go.

does the panel need to be glued down?

regards

Steve



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@xxxx> 
wrote:
> You are not supposed to bend the rear tabs. Remove the 3 screws
> holding the plastic valence and rotate it as you remove it. You may
> still have the plastic covers over the screws. Just pop the covers 
off
> with a small screwdriver. There are 6 screws by the door opening 
under
> the weatherstripping, 3 on each side. If the sticky pad (it isn't
> sticky, just stuck) is holding you slide a puttyknife under it. Be
> very careful, there are a lot of sharp edges on the S/S. The foam 
will
> help, try it and you will see. With the Tee roof removed remove the
> plate that is duct-taped down in the center of the roof. Clean the
> whole area up and retape the plate back. The height in the rear of 
the
> Tee roof is determined by the tabs and the rear valence. Be careful
> with the plastic valence, they are hard to replace but easy to 
repair
> (as long as you have all the pieces).
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757
> 
> 
>





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