Help on '89 200Q Knee Bar and 2nd ?
Henry A Harper III
hah at alumni.rice.edu
Thu Aug 28 12:37:42 EDT 2003
I'm not sure Bentley covers the newer knee bar vs. older parcel shelf; I didn't
look in mine before attacking my '91 the first time. In addition to the pedal
cluster and the one under the steering wheel, there are two other 4mm hex
screws behind the dash side panel (it's covered by the door when closed, about
hand-sized, a plastic/foam composite, can be removed by gently but forcefully
moving up and then down to disengage the clips) on a bracket. Mine hasn't been
off for a while, I am trying to think if there is another screw along the lower
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1991 200 quattro, 119.9k
1988 GTI 16v, 237k
today, riding 1996 Trek Y-22 with blown rear shock...boing, boing...
On Thursday, August 28, 2003 1:24 PM, Larry C. Leung [SMTP:l.leung at juno.com]
> Hello List:
> Okay, looking for experience on removing the driver's side knee bar
> under the steering column to access the auxiliary fuse panel. The
> Bentley's mentions 3 screws, I found two. The obvious one right
> above the pedal cluster, the somewhat hidden one in the upper left
> corner near the dash, and, and....
> Any hints here? I tried removing the lower steering column cover,
> which didn't want to budge, but I didn't see any screws under there
> anyway (there's a little hex screw, but it didn't seem to be attached
> to the knee bar.)
> Second question. Is the reverse light switch most easily reached from
> under the car, or under the hood?
> TIA, and happy Labor Day....
> LL - NY
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