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Re: kangoo inner door panel

If there is nothing obviously holding it in place, it may be mastic which has been applied to the inside.

You will probably just need to be brave and careful in equal measure and insert a large flat-headed screwdriver into the gap between the door skin & the door panel (bottom corner is a good place to start), and with gentle force work your way around.

It can be a bit nerve-wracking but there has to be a way in.

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Re: kangoo inner door panel

Originally Posted by VelSatisfied View Post
No problem.

These sometimes contain fixings.



Are these "fixings" you say, little white plastic plugs that fix the interior lining to the chassis of the door?

If so.. then in the new 2010 Kangoo to remove the interior lining you have to remove all screws and then "gently" pull it off.. i know this sounds a bit oldschool, but, those white plastic plugs will normally break when removed, so be sure to buy an extra set so you can re-attach the lining to the door!

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Use heat!

Kangoo inner door panels are well stuck on with mastic. Heat door panel uniformly to soften the mastic using a hair dryer once all fasteners have been removed. Keep wedging panel out whilst heat is applied. It will come off eventually.
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