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Ok all, I have heard people reference the back seat access panel several times.

I have looked back there and I do not see an obvious panel.

How do you access this?

Thanks all

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if you are referring to the panel behind the seats on the front side of the engine, then you need to:

- put the top in service position

- remove the speaker/cubby box or storage bag (if present)

- remove the carpet over the engine cover

- remove the 4 plastic nuts just under the roll bar holding the carpet up on the back wall

- pull the carpet off from the firewall

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which will reveal the access panel (silver aluminum here) shown here.

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It's held on w/ seven 10mm bolts and two 10mm nuts if I recall correctly. When/if removing, wear gloves or be extra careful as the edges of the panel are extremely sharp.

:)

Edited by Cassiebox

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