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crash pad

Post by peter freeman » Sun Jul 17, 2016 1:38 pm

Most of you probably know this but just for the few who may not. I took the crash pad off today to sort out some wiring - ( and to stick the ends down again ). Unlike the Reliants which have 4 bolts holding it in place the MB has 6 - two extras inside of the air vents at the same level as the other two - and there are two screws holding the centre console to it at either end of the centre console. Just to be different I suspect - I still have some wires I don't know what they do - best left I think.



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Re: crash pad

Post by Will Anderson » Sun Jul 17, 2016 3:12 pm

Well done Peter, that's another few of the 450 modifications tracked down! :lol:


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Re: crash pad

Post by peter freeman » Sun Jul 17, 2016 3:46 pm

Picture shows it better. Arrow to the extra screw. Two holes either side of the fresh air vent.
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