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Argonaut

How to remove lower panel in front of drivers seat

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Argonaut

This is in a 2008 23 LSV. I removed the left side panel but don’t see any screws to enable removing the front panel? I do see some brackets at the very bottom in back but no screws from the front into them ...and those brackets would not be easy to reach to unscrew...

Does it just lift vertically out or?

Any help would be greatly appreciated :)

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BearCreekBum

There are about 4 phillips headed screws located at the bottom of the panel. You have to dig around with an ice pick to find them. I think there might be one on the bottom right also but can’t remember.

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Sparky450
13 minutes ago, BearCreekBum said:

There are about 4 phillips headed screws located at the bottom of the panel. You have to dig around with an ice pick to find them. I think there might be one on the bottom right also but can’t remember.

What he said. Those screws are hard to find buried in the carpet.

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Argonaut

Thank you both. I will look further. Is the floor panel easily removal too or is it part of a bigger piece?

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