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Please identify bits...
#1
Dear All,

We've just done our first 100 miles and I found these bits in the front passenger door storage.

I can't work out what they're for & where / why / how / when they're to be used.

https://imgur.com/3dc9pSn

https://imgur.com/fsn2e1e

https://imgur.com/0zZO2dF

https://imgur.com/qQ41qVQ

Any ideas?
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#2
People correct me if I'm wrong here but

The first three pictures look like the folding wedge to put behind the wheel on the ground when you jack the other side up. It should be located in the underfloor storage underneath the passenger seat with the jack, wheel wrench, towing eye, centre cap removal tool and locking wheelnut key (if fitted) and they all click into a plastic frame.

The fourth picture seems to be of the two plastic retainers for the drivers loose floormat, these should be retained in the fixed carpet so that the loose carpet can click onto them, prevents the loose mat from sliding up under the pedals.
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(19-06-2022, 10:14 PM)Matt Haigh Wrote:  People correct me if I'm wrong here but

The first three pictures look like the folding wedge to put behind the wheel on the ground when you jack the other side up. It should be located in the underfloor storage underneath the passenger seat with the jack, wheel wrench, towing eye, centre cap removal tool and locking wheelnut key (if fitted) and they all click into a plastic frame.

The fourth picture seems to be of the two plastic retainers for the drivers loose floormat, these should be retained in the fixed carpet so that the loose carpet can click onto them, prevents the loose mat from sliding up under the pedals.

Thank you so much.

I'll have a look tonight  Smile
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#4
The last ones are plugs for example to keep the flimsy hardboard panel on the inside of the rear door(s) - they push in and then the T shaped bit pushes closed, to lock them in place by expanding the lower plug section. Removing them is the reverse, lift up the T shaped part then pry the round head out.
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Sorry for the late reply.

Many thanks for this.

I'll go to investigate...

All best wishes,
Lawrence
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