Cab interior trim panels (P100 models) - removal and refitting
Side trim panel
1 Remove the rear pillar trim panel.
2 Remove the side trim panel by prising out the four expander pins from the clips, then pulling out the clips and withdrawing the panel.
3 Refitting is a reversal of removal.
Upper rear trim panel
4 Remove the side trim panels from both sides of the cab as previously described in this Section.
5 Remove the cab rear window.
6 Prise out the four expander pins from the trim panel clips beneath the rear window aperture, then pull out the clips (see illustration).
42.6 Cab interior rear panel fixings - P100 models
A Upper and lower trim panel fixings B Jack handle retaining clips C Lower trim panel fixings
7 Remove the blanking covers, then remove the three securing screws from the rear of the headlining.
8 Lower the rear of the headlining and remove the trim panel.
9 Refitting is a reversal of removal.
Lower rear trim panel
10 Remove the side trim panels from both sides of the cab as previously described in this Section.
11 Prise out the four expander pins from the trim panel clips beneath the rear window aperture, then pull out the clips.
12 Pull the jack handle from its two retaining clips, then remove the clips.
13 Prise out the two expander pins from the trim panel lower clips, then pull out the clips.
14 Pull the bottom edge of the trim panel away from the rear of the cab, and slide the panel out from under the upper trim panel.
15 Refitting is a reversal of removal.
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