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Old 07-06-2003, 12:03 PM
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removing AC wood panel in a W123

Well I can't remember how to remove the AC wood panel in the 82 300TD wagon. I know I've done it before but I can't remember how, now.
I have to remove the center consol and dash to replace the evaporator. And the service manual is of no help due to it showing a 240D manual assembly not the 300TD automatic climate control.
OK guys how do I remove it, the automatic AC wood panel.

Thanks Dave
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Old 07-06-2003, 02:08 PM
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You need to first pull the radio out. Then gently pry the wood up from underneath with a small screwdriver. The wood is held in with four small pegs about one inch in on each corner.

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'84 300D, 175k
'90 300CE, 165k
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Old 07-07-2003, 02:17 AM
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Thanks Greg that is what I needed to know.
I finally found the description under the 85 300TD.
I remember now. I just did not want to damage a pin. I didi that the first time I removed the center console wood trim. I broke the pin at the rear and had to buy, cut and glue a 240D panel pin into the wood trim.

Dave
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1970 220D, owned 1980-1990
1980 240D, owned 1990-1992
1982 300TD, owned 1992-1993
1986 300SDL, owned 1993-2004
1999 E300, owned 1999-2003
1982 300TD, 213,880mi, owned since Nov 18, 1991- Aug 4, 2010 SOLD
1988 560SL, 100,000mi, owned since 1995
1965 Mustang Fastback Mileage Unknown(My sons)
1983 240D, 176,000mi (My daughers) owned since 2004
2007 Honda Accord EX-L I4 auto, the new daily driver
1985 300D 264,000mi Son's new daily driver.(sold)
2008 Hyundai Tiberon. Daughters new car
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