Could someone please tell me the correct sequence for removing the left inner boot panel on my 2012 XTR.? Does the panel simply pull off or are there any screws to remove?
2012 Berlingo XTR 110 in Iron Grey
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You do need to give it a bit of a tug it is quite tough,but once one popper is free its not to bad.
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(29-12-2013, 07:28 PM)eame64 Wrote: You do need to give it a bit of a tug it is quite tough,but once one popper is free its not to bad.
Hi, does this apply to the tailgate inner panel too? I think the tailgate and hinged glass release catches are operated electrically and I want to add some push switches in parallel to the ones in the tailgate handle so that I can open them from inside.
If you do that get working would be intrested in show and tell, as they be handy for camping