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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 15-05-2011, 12:43 Thread Starter
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Renault Trafic 2006 Sliding Door Inner Panel

I am converting this van to a motor caravan. I wish to cover the sliding door inner panel in material to match the rest of the conversion. I have done the rear doors but have come un-stuck on the sliding door. It has the usual push in fixings, but the opening lever & lock have no signs of fixings. The opening lever has an inset disc which I assume covers the fixing, however the lock switch has no sign of a fixing. A heads up would be appreciated.
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Sliding door panel

Managed to sort it my-self, the lock knob is just a friction fit and needed a good pull. See picture below & on the build gallery at https://www.motorhomefacts.com/module...278&g2_page=23
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Final chapter

Opened the van this morning, found the lock knob in the footwell. Examined the spigot it fits on & found a 3mm square cut out, obviously the knob must have corresponding blips in the moulding. So it looks as if the carpet & glue under the knob will have to be removed to allow it to seat properly
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