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Pelican Technical Article:

Kick Panel Removal

Steve Vernon

Time:

15 minutes15 mins

Tab:

$0

Talent:

*

Tools:

Philips head screwdriver

Applicable Models:

Mercedes-Benz W124 (1986-95)

Hot Tip:

Do not break the plastic clips

Performance Gain:

Access to under dash components

Complementary Modification:

New brake light switch

You will need to remove the kick panels in your W124 to get access to several components including the brake light switch and brake booster to name but two. There is a kick panel on both the driver and passenger side and both are easy to remove. If your vehicle is getting on in the years be careful when bending the plastic clips to remove the panel so you don't break one.

Driver Side - Begin by removing any carpets including the big heavy foam floor piece (red arrow).
Figure 1

Driver Side: - Begin by removing any carpets including the big heavy foam floor piece (red arrow). Remove the single Philips head screw that holds the kick panel in place (yellow arrow). With the screw removed slide the kick panel towards the pedals and slip the retaining clips out from the lower dash (green arrows).

Driver Side -There is a large plastic screw where the panel meets the floor right under the steering shaft.
Figure 2

Driver Side: -There is a large plastic screw where the panel meets the floor right under the steering shaft. Use a Philips head screwdriver and remove this screw (red arrow).

Driver Side -You can now remove the kick panel from the vehicle (red arrow).
Figure 3

Driver Side: -You can now remove the kick panel from the vehicle (red arrow). Installation is the reverse of removal.

Passenger Side - Begin by removing any carpets including the big heavy foam floor piece.
Figure 4

Passenger Side: - Begin by removing any carpets including the big heavy foam floor piece. Remove the single Philips head screw that holds the kick panel (red arrow) in place (yellow arrow). With the screw removed slide the kick panel towards the front of the vehicle and slip the retaining clips out from the lower dash (green arrows).

Passenger Side: Use care when removing the panel from around the insulation under the glove box as it can tear easily.
Figure 5

Passenger Side: Use care when removing the panel from around the insulation under the glove box as it can tear easily. You can now remove the kick panel from the vehicle (red arrow). Installation is the reverse of removal.


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Comments and Suggestions:
Ian Comments: How do you remove the foam floor on the drivers side?
Thanks
March 13, 2015
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: What vehicle? On most MB models, it comes out once the carpet panel is puled out. - Nick at Pelican Parts  

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