Removing and installing tail panels

Undo the wheel housing liners partially before removing the tail panels!

Note:

No.

Designation

Qty.

Removal

Installation

1

Cover

1

Open plug nut

Close plug nut

2

Plug nut

4

Check, replace if required

3

Lamp assembly

2

Unclip from end cover and undo electrical connection

Reconnect electrical connection and clip into end cover

4

Self-tapping screw

2

c

Sheetmetal nut

2

6

End cover

1

Undo threaded stud (13), screw out fillister head screws (7), take end cover off tail panel and disconnect electrical connection

Reconnect electrical connection, insert end cover and adjust with item 11 at bottom and item 7 at top to line up with body contours

7

Fillister head screw

3

8

Bracket

1

9

Bracket

2

10

Adjuster element

3

11

PT screw

3

12

Spacer

3

13

Threaded stud

3

Screw out of adjuster element up to upper edge of end cover

Screw into adjuster element

14

Rubber grommet

6

Check, replace if required

No.

Designation

Removal

Installation

15

License plate lamp

2

Disconnect electrical connection

Reconnect electrical connection

16

Self-tapping screw

4

17

Expansion nut

4

Replace

18

Tail panel

1

19

Oval-head self-tapping screw B 4.8 x 16

11

20

Spacer sleeve

11

21

Sheetmetal nut B 4.8

11

Check, replace if required

22

Screw with washer B 4.8 x 25

6

23

Washer 5 x 26 x 1

4

24

Sheetmetal nut B 4.8

4

Adjust to center of hole

25

Retaining strip

1

Separate rivets between retaining strip and tail panel (drill dia. 3 mm)

Rivet to tail panel

26

Pop rivet A 3.2 x 7.9

4

27

Heat shield, lateral

2

Separate rivets between strip, heat shield and tail panel (drill dia. 3 mm)

Rivet to tail panel, heat guard and strip

28

Strip

2

29

Sheetmetal nut B 4.8

6

Adjust to center of hole

30

Pop rivet A 3.2 x 9.7

4

No.

Designation

Removal

Installation

31

Heat shield for lamp frame

2

Separate rivets between heat shield and tail panel (drill dia. 3 mm)

Rivet to tail panel

32

Pop rivet A4x 18.8

4

33

Wire clamp

5

34

Rivet

12

35

Retaining bracket

3

Separate rivets between retaining bracket and tail panel (drill dia. 3 mm)

Rivet to tail panel

36

Guide

3

Replace

37

Piping

2

Must be flush with fender and tail panel

38

Cap

1

39

Heat shield for cap

1

Undo bolts from body

Screw to body with item 40

40

Hexagon head nut T 5

9

41

Heat shield center

1

Undo bolt connection to bumper support

Fit to fender support with item 42 and item 43

42

Self-tapping screw B 4.8x16

4

43

Washer 5 x 26 x 1

4

44

Lateral heat shield, upper

2

Undo bolts from body

Fit to body with items 22 and 40

45

Support tube

2

No.

Designation

Removal

installation

46

Support tube

2

Undo bolt connection to body and to heat shield (item 44)

Screw to body with item 47 and lo tail panel with item 19 and item 21

47

Hexagon head nul M 6

4

48

Hexagon head nut M 5

4

49

Tait support

2

Undo bolt connection to bumper support

Fit to bumper support with item 42 and item 43

50

Bumper support

1

50A

U.S. version Bumper support

1

51

Fillister head screw M 12 x110

2

52

Washer A 13

2

53

Impact pipe

2

:53A

U.S. version Impact absorber

2

54

Screw with washer M 8x 30

4

55

Self-tapping screw with washer B 4.2 x 16

2

56

Rubber washer

2

57

Expansion nut

2

Check, replace it required

58A

Rubber washer

2

59A

Bracket

1

60A

Self-tapping screw B 4.2 x 22

2

No.

Designation

Removal

Installation

61A

Self-tapping screw

4

62A

Washer

4

63A

Plug-in nut

4

Check, replace if required

64A

Bumper overrider

2

Undo bolt connections to tail panel and bumper support

Screw to tail panel and bumper support with item 65A

65A

Screw with washer M 10x20

2

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