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Old 09-15-2014, 07:08 PM
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Panel of passenger side removal

Hi it's have been a long time that I did not post on this forum, but I was working on my prelude today In order to remove some rust but I get stuck in the process. There is a panel on the passenger side that wont come off. Here it is, there is also the driver's side deadpedal that i dont know how to remove, does somebody got any idea please.
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Re: Panel of passenger side removal

There are bolts at all four corners, then it should just pull off. Yours looks a little rusty so you may try pb blaster or something, but those bolts shouldnt be more than 10-15 ft lbs.
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Re: Panel of passenger side removal

thanks for the answer but it seems like the bolt are welded
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Re: Panel of passenger side removal

that could be the rust. also, you sure on your lefty loosy? they are not bolts btw, they are nuts that you need to remove from the studs that are in the chassis. try using a breaker bar, pb blaster, tap socket wrench with a hammer, etc, etc if its still not working out for you. good luck.

be careful with your choice of method to remove that kick panel. your ecu is under there.....
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