Removing and fitting side member panel

No.

Designation

Removal

Installation

1

Side sill

1

2

Pushbutton

1

3

Hexagon head sheetmetal screw B 6.3 x 16

1

4

Spacer sleeve

1

5

Cover molding

1

Check, replace if required

6

Sheetmetal nut B 6.3

1

Adjust to center of hole

7

Bracket T 5

1

8

Side sill

1

9

Hexagon head sheetmetal screw B 6.3 x 16

1

10

Spacer sleeve

1

11

Hexagon head sheetmetal screw B 6.3 x 16

5

12

Spacer sleeve

5

13

Pushbutton

5

14

Grommet

8

15

Cover molding

1

Check, replace if required

16

Sheetmetal nut B 6.3

5

Adjust to center of hole

17

Clip

8

Preload clips by inserting a screwdriver and unclip them using a second screwdriver

Check, replace if required

No

Designation

Removal

Installation

18

Bracket T 5

1

19

Sheetmetal nut B 6.3

1

Adjust to center of hole

20

Hexagon head bolt M 6x 16

1

21

Washer B 6,4

1

22

Stay

1

Removing and installing badge on cover

No

Designation

Removal

Installation

1

Tapping nut

2

Turn counterclockwise to

Replace,

remove

turn clockwise to fit

2

Grommet

2

Check, replace if

required

3

Badge

1

4

Backing

1

Insert into embossed

recess in cover

Removing and installing wheel housing liner

1400 - 66

No.

Designation

Qty.

Removal

Note:

Installation

1

Wheel housing liner

2

2

DRK button T5

8

Replace

3

Combin. screw M 6 x 16

4

4

Sheetmetal scr. B 4.2 x 16

4

5

Spacer

4

6

Sheetmetal nut 6.3

4

Adjust to center of hole

7

Washer B 6.4

4

8

Sheetmetal screw 6.3

4

9

Cap

2

10

Sheetmetal nut B 4.8

10

Adjust to center of hole

11

Combination sheetmetal screw 4.8 x 19

10

12

Extension

2

Removing and installing wheel housing liner

Printed in Germany, VIII - 1993

Removing and installing wheel housing liner

Printed in Germany, VIII - 1993

Inspecting Seat Belts Checking Function

It must be possible to have the belt strap roll off of the automatic reel via the reversing fitting without hesitation when pulling the seat belt uniformly and the tongue of the seat belt must be heard engaging in the belt lock. The automatic reel must lock when the seat belt strap is pulled suddenly.

Checking Condition

A visual inspection of the seat belt must not produce any damage or signs of wear on the belt strap. The seat belt must be replaced, if the belt strap is damaged in the form of cuts, fringing, torn seams, rubbing spots or similar conditions.

Additional Checking for Seat Belts with Overload Indicators (Tear Seams) -Airbag Equipment

The tear seam on the belt strap above the holder must not be damaged in addition to the fact that these seat belts must have perfect function and condition. The tear seam serves as an overload indicator, which reports an overloaded condition and therefore the necessity to replace a seat belt.

Inspecting Seat Belts

Printed in Germany - II, 1991

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