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Hello, just bought a cheap and cheerful 2002 Berlingo but less cheerful is the mouldy bits on the interior plastic roof around all the lockers / cupboards. Some came off easily with a generic cleaner the rest not so much. Any tips / suggestions on how I can get this clean without spraying bleach based liquid cleaner all over my car and ruining all the fabric bits? Many thanks
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If it's just on the plastic (Modutop) you can take the whole thing out & clean it. IIRC, the electrical connector is behind the front interior light and I think you may need to take the rear fan heater thingy out first.
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(19-11-2019, 06:59 PM)cancunia Wrote:  If it's just on the plastic (Modutop) you can take the whole thing out & clean it. IIRC, the electrical connector is behind the front interior light and I think you may need to take the rear fan heater thingy out first.

Oh wow, thats mainly the issue, yes, and its kinda hard to clean so taking it out would be awesome. Any special instructions or tricks to remove and replace safely? Assuming there will be some hidden screws somewhere. Many thanks for this informaton.
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It's been a while since I took mine out so this is from memory. You can see the screws easily enough through the storage doors at the back and I think through the CD holder at the front. I'm not sure about the rear fan, but maybe it's just an electrical connector you need to remove rather than the fan itself. The cover from the fan will slide forwards into the shelf space. It only took about 30 mins to get it out so not a massive job.
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