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Mechanisms and Accessories GENERAL SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS WINDOWS EXTERIOR
Mechanisms and Accessories GENERAL SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS WINDOWS EXTERIOR

Mechanisms and Accessories

GENERALMechanisms and Accessories SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS WINDOWS EXTERIOR PROTECTION

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMSMechanisms and Accessories GENERAL NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS WINDOWS EXTERIOR PROTECTION EXTERIOR ACCESSORIES

NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMSand Accessories GENERAL SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS WINDOWS EXTERIOR PROTECTION EXTERIOR ACCESSORIES LOWER

WINDOWSELEMENT MECHANISMS NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS EXTERIOR PROTECTION EXTERIOR ACCESSORIES LOWER INTERIOR

EXTERIOR PROTECTIONMECHANISMS NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS WINDOWS EXTERIOR ACCESSORIES LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES INTERIOR

EXTERIOR ACCESSORIESOPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS WINDOWS EXTERIOR PROTECTION LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES INTERIOR SAFETY ACCESSORIES FD0A

LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIESMECHANISMS WINDOWS EXTERIOR PROTECTION EXTERIOR ACCESSORIES INTERIOR SAFETY ACCESSORIES FD0A - FD0C - UD0A - UD0C

INTERIOR SAFETY ACCESSORIESPROTECTION EXTERIOR ACCESSORIES LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES FD0A - FD0C - UD0A - UD0C 77 11 195

FD0A - FD0C - UD0A - UD0C

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AUGUST 1997

Edition Anglaise

The repair methods given by the manufacturer in this document are based on the technical specifications current when it was prepared.

The methods may be modified as a result of changes by the manufacturer in the production of the various component units and accessories from which his vehicles are constructed".

All copyrights reserved by Renault.

Copying or translating, in part or in full, of this document or use of the service part reference numbering system is forbidden without the prior written authority of RENAULT.

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Renault 1997

EXPLODED VIEW

PRF5000
PRF5000

Contents

 

Pages

50
50

GENERAL

A Safety

50-1

B Tooling

50-2

51
51

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

A Front door, outside handle

51-1

B Outside handle for sliding door

51-4

C Front door lock barrel

51-5

D Sliding door lock barrel

51-8

E Front door lock

51-9

F Locks and mechanisms for sliding door

51-13

G Front door window riser

51-25

52
52

NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

A Exterior catch for swing-out door

52-1

B Lock cylinder for swing-out door

52-3

C

Locks and striker plates for swing- out doors

52-5

54
54

WINDOWS

A Sliding window in door

54-1

B Fixed window in door

54-5

C Windscreen

54-7

Mechanisms and accessories

 

Pages

EXTERIOR PROTECTION

Front bumper

55-1

Rear bumper

55-2

Radiator grille

55-3

Cowl vent grille

55-5

Side protective mouldings

55-7

Protective strip at base of swing-out doors

55-12

EXTERIOR

ACCESSORIES

Exterior rear view mirror

56-1

Large part of rear view mirror

56-3

Plastic rear view mirror casing and small part of mirror

56-4

Panel holding rear number plate lights

56-5

Renault badge

56-6

LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES

Dashboard

57-1

Console

57-6

Glove box door

57-7

Notepad support

57-8

Net retainer for storage

compartment

57-9

Central storage compartment

57-10

INTERIOR SAFETY ACCESSORIES

Front seat belts

59-1

GENERAL

Safety

50 A
50
A

AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS

96310-1S
96310-1S

IMPORTANT: All operations on the air bag and pretensioner systems must be carried out by qualified personnel who have been appropriately trained. The Air bag Workshop Repair Manual, section 88 MUST be consulted.

ATTENTION: When working under the vehicle do not subject the underside of the floor to impacts without removing the pretensioner fuse and waiting 5 minutes for the reserve capacity to discharge. Refer to section 88 "Fuse allocation".

13301R1
13301R1

Each time the steering wheel is removed, the stee- ring wheel bolt MUST be renewed. Refer to sec- tions 88 and 57A.

IMPORTANT : Whenever the steering wheel is re- moved, the air bag connector (B) MUST be dis- connected. The air bag has a connector which short circuits when it is disconnected to prevent incorrect trig- gering.

HEAT SHIELDS

Heat shields must be refitted, whether they are for bodywork or mechanical components.

TIGHTENING TORQUES

The recommended tightening torques MUST be observed.

PRODUCTS

Read the precautions for use with care and ob- serve the safety instructions by using the appro- priate protection (gloves, mask, etc.).

GENERAL

Tooling

50 B
50
B
98858S
98858S

Threader tool from SODICAM for inserting wire.

12267S
12267S

"Easy-cut" pneumatic tool for removing bonded windows (DCAV/SODICAM).

Consult Technical Note No. 414A for information about the method and specifications for using this tool.

Information on the tool specified for replacing the windscreen is provided in Technical Note No. 371A on bonded windows.

99331S
99331S

Tool for removing the glass in the exterior rear view mirror Car. 1363 - Part No. 00 00 136 300.

This tool may also be used for removing roof trim and exterior door weatherstrips.

GENERAL

Tooling

50 B
50
B
99799S
99799S

SODICAM clip removal pliers.

Using these pliers it is easy to remove "fir-tree" clips and interior trim clips such as on door panels, soundproofing mats and mudguard mountings.

Door window winder handles may also be remo- ved. (First affix a small piece of masking tape to the door panel to avoid damaging it during remo- val.)

The pliers have one flat and one bent nose, giving easy access to remove clips without damaging them. The heads of the clips are not deformed, enabling them to be re-used when refitting.

13411S
13411S

TOOL FOR SUPPORTING DOOR

This frame assists the operator when removing or refitting swing-out or sliding doors.

This tool has been specifically adapted for the opening elements of utility vehicles.

It can take the weight of one door with all compo- nents fitted so that the assistance of a second per- son is no longer required.

Renault approval no.: Renault 661000.

Supplier: Z INTERNATIONAL.

Part No.: SUP 01.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Front door, outside handle

51 A
51
A
PRF5101
PRF5101

PRF5101

REMOVING

Remove the door trim (see section 72A).

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Front door, outside handle

51 A
51
A
12933R3
12933R3

Remove the two mounting bolts (A) from the handle on the door.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Front door, outside handle

51 A
51
A
12931R
12931R

Remove the door lock control linkage (B).

Push the handle forwards to release the retaining lugs (C) and take the pa- nel out of its housing on the door panel.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Outside handle for sliding door

51 B
51
B
PRF5101
PRF5101

PRF5101

REMOVING

13429R
13429R

Remove door trim.

Using a pair of clip-removing pliers, take out the retaining clips (A).

13426R1
13426R1

Remove :

- the two mounting bolts (B),

- the lock control linkage (C).

Pull the handle to the front to release the rear retaining lug from the door panel.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Front door lock barrel

51 C
51
C
PRF5200
PRF5200

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Front door lock barrel

51 C
51
C

REMOVING

12936R1
12936R1

Remove:

- the front door trim (see section 71A),

- the lower guide channel (two mounting bolts (A)).

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Front door lock barrel

51 C
51
C
12931R1

12931R1

Remove the lock control linkage at (B).

Turn the lock barrel retaining ring a quarter of a turn (C).

Release the barrel from its location on the door panel.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Sliding door lock barrel

51 D
51
D
PRF5103
PRF5103

REMOVING

13429R
13429R

Remove the door trim. Using clip-removing pliers, take out the retaining clips (A).

13426R4
13426R4

Remove :

- The anti-tamper post (two mounting bolts (B)),

- the lock control linkage (C).

Turn the lock retaining ring a quarter of a turn.

Release the barrel from its location on the door panel.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Front door lock

51 E
51
E
PRF5100
PRF5100

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Front door lock

51 E
51
E

REMOVING

12936R1
12936R1

Remove:

- front door trim (see section 71A),

- lower guide channel (two mounting bolts (A)).

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Front door lock

51 E
51
E
12931R2

12931R2

Disconnect control linkage from exterior door handle (A), lock barrel (B), opening handle (C) and locking tell-tale light (D).

Remove connector for lock control electric motor, if appropriate.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Front door lock

51 E
51
E
12933R4
12933R4

Remove the three mounting bolts (E) from the door lock.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and mechanisms for sliding door

51 F
51
F
PRF5104
PRF5104

1 Central lock for side door and control linkage

2 Upper lock for side door and control cable

3 Mechanism for controlling lock

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and mechanisms for sliding door

51 F
51
F

REMOVING CENTRAL LOCK (1)

13429R1
13429R1

Remove:

- blanking plate (A),

- mounting clip for upper lock control cable at

(1).

13433R
13433R

Remove:

- two mounting bolts for lock (B),

- control linkage.

Remove lock from box section of door.

REMOVING UPPER LOCK (2)

13436R
13436R

Remove :

- two mounting bolts (C),

- control cable as instructed for removing cen- tral lock.

Remove lock and control cable from door box sec- tion.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and mechanisms for sliding door

51 F
51
F

REMOVING LOCK CONTROL MECHANISM (3)

13426R2
13426R2

This mechanism controls the central and upper locks simultaneously.

Remove:

- sliding door trim (use clip-removing pliers to take off the retaining clips),

- door barrel control linkage (A),

- exterior opening handle control linkage (B),

- interior opening handle control linkage (C),

- door locking control linkage (D),

- control linkage for central and lower locks (E),

- control mechanism (three mounting bolts (F)).

NOTE: When the lock control linkage is refitted, do not pull on this un- til the control mechanism is clipped in position. The position of this lin- kage at rest ensures that the lock will unlatch if the opening handle is operated. If the linkage is subjected to any strain, it may cause pro- blems with the unlatching.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and mechanisms for sliding door

51 F
51
F

REMOVING ARM AND UPPER RAIL

PRF5107
PRF5107
13427R
13427R

REMOVING UPPER ARM

Remove:

- the three bolts for mounting the arm on the door (A),

- the cover clipped on the rail (B).

Release the tensioner by pulling the slide towards the rear, out of the rail.

13431R
13431R

REMOVING GUIDE RAIL

Remove the rail mounting bolts (C).

The front section of the rail is secured to a metallic bracket.

This bracket is secured to the side of the body by means of three mounting bolts (D).

REFITTING

When refitting the slide, make sure that the ten- sioner will not collide with the heads of the bolts (C) which secure the guide rail.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and mechanisms for sliding door

51 F
51
F

REMOVING CENTRE SLIDE AND RAIL

PRF5105
PRF5105
13182R
13182R

REMOVING CENTRAL GUIDE RAIL

Remove mounting nuts (B).

Remove rear wing panel rail.

13426R
13426R

REMOVING CENTRAL SLIDE

Remove:

- door trim,

- three slide mounting bolts (A).

Release slide from its housing on door.

To remove the guide rail slide, tilt it upwards to release the rail tensio- ners.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and mechanisms for sliding door

51 F
51
F

REFITTING

13434R
13434R

When the slide is refitted, you must make sure that the tensioner which supports the door makes contact with the rail when the door is closed.

To perform this operation, insert a flat screwdri- ver between the rail the the slide tensioner.

Position the tensioner so that it makes contact with the rail (1) and tighten the slide mounting bolts . (Two people are required to perform this operation. )

NOTE: This operation should be carried out after the door has been adjusted.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and mechanisms for sliding door

51 F
51
F

REMOVING LOWER ARMS AND RAILS

PRF5106
PRF5106
13429-1R
13429-1R

REMOVING LOWER ARM

Remove the three mounting bolts for the arm (A).

To remove the guide rail slide, tilt the guide rail upwards to release the tensioners from the rail.

13432S
13432S

To remove the guide rail slide, tilt the guide rail upwards to release the tensioners from the rail.

13430R
13430R

REMOVING LOWER GUIDE RAIL

Remove mounting bolts (B) and nut (C).

Remove rail from rear wing panel.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and mechanisms for sliding door

51 F
51
F

REFITTING LOWER ARM

13428S
13428S

Carry out the following adjustment before refit- ting the arm and and before tightening the mounting bolts.

When the door is opened, the slide link arm flexes under the weight of the door.

This means that the centring fittings mounted at the front of the door are offset in relation to the cones fixed on the door of the cab.

To counteract this problem, with the door half open you must take the strain off the door so that the centring fittings do not make contact with the cones at the start of the process.

Once the door has been correctly positioned, move the lower arm down so that it makes contact with the guide rail.

Tighten the arm mounting bolts on the door.

Check the adjustment and check that, when it is opened, the door is supported and does not drop suddenly.

NOTE : Two persons are required to perform this operation.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and mechanisms for sliding door

51 F
51
F
PRF5108
PRF5108

ADJUSTING SLIDING DOOR

13429S
13429S

After refitting the trim to the door, hold this in position against the vehicle using the door sup- port tool (see section 50).

Place in position the mounting bolts for the upper and lower arms and the mounting bolts for the central slide (see previous pages).

13428R
13428R

Height adjustment Z and flush fitting dimension Y for the front part of the door is obtained by adjus- ting the centring attachments.

13433R1
13433R1

Height adjustment Z and flush fitting dimension Y for the rear part of the door is obtained by adjus- ting the central lock.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and mechanisms for sliding door

51 F
51
F
13437R
13437R

If the opening clearance between the sliding door and the rear wing panel or between the sliding door and the cab door is out of parallel, it must be corrected by the following procedure.

Adjustment at Z of the centring fittings and the lower arm to pivot the door.

After adjustment, consult the refitting method for the lower arm (see page 51-20).

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and mechanisms for sliding door

51 F
51
F
13426R3
13426R3

The clearance of 6.5 mm at X (see illustration on previous page) bet- ween the sliding door and the rear wing panel is obtained by adjusting the central slide.

With the door closed, remove the door trim and undo the mounting bolts for the slide (A).

Move the door to adjust it at X to ensure that the opening clearance is correct

Two people are required to to carry out this operation.

After carrying out the adjustment but before torque tightening, follow the instructions for refitting the central slide given on page 51-18.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and mechanisms for sliding door

51 F
51
F
13435R
13435R

To adjust the upper part of the sliding door so that it is flush at Y with the rear door panel, adjust the upper lock striker plate (B).

After adjusting Y, partially remove the door seal in order to check that clearance (C) is 2 mm at Z between the striker plate and the door lock.

13436R1
13436R1

Adjust the upper door lock at Z to modify this clearance by 2 mm.

TIGHTENING TORQUES (in daN.m)

TIGHTENING TORQUES (in daN.m)

Central lock

0.8

Upper lock

0.8

Male centring fittings

0.8

Female centring fittings

0.8

Central rail

0.8

Upper rail

0.8

Lower rail

0.8

Central slide

2.6

Upper arm

2.6

Lower arm

2.6

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Front door window raiser

51 G
51
G
PRF5102

PRF5102

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Front door window riser

51 G
51
G

REMOVING

12936R
12936R

Remove front door trim (see section 71A).

Move window into fully closed position.

Remove lower channel for window (two mounting bolts (A)).

Open the window so that the two mounting bolts (B) on the window riser operating slide can be removed .

Refit the glass at the base of the inner door shell.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Front door window riser

51 G
51
G
12933R1
12933R1

Remove:

- the two mounting bolts (C) for the mechanism,

- the mounting bolt (D) for the manual control unit and release the two retaining lugs so that it can be removed from its position on the lining.

SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS Front door window riser

51 G
51
G
12934R
12934R

Remove the drive cable on the guide rail at (E) so that the window riser assembly can be tilted and remove it via the opening in the box section.

NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Exterior catch for swing-out door

52 A
52
A
PRF5202
PRF5202

REMOVING

12947R1
12947R1

Remove:

- door trim (see section 73B),

- the two mounting screws (A) for the outside catch.

NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Exterior catch for swing-out door

52 A
52
A
12948R
12948R

Remove:

- lock control linkage (clip (B)),

- exterior catch mounting screw (C).

Remove the catch from its position on the door panel.

NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Lock cylinder for swing-out door

52 B
52
B
PRF5200
PRF5200

REMOVING

12947R2
12947R2

Remove:

- door trim (see section 73B),

- anti-tamper lug (two mounting screws (A)).

NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Lock cylinder for swing-out door

52 B
52
B
12948R1
12948R1

Remove lock control linkage (clip (B)).

Rotate the cylinder retaining ring a quarter of a turn (C).

Release the cylinder from its position on the door panel.

NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and striker plates for swing-out doors

52 C
52
C
PRF5203

PRF5203

REMOVING RIGHT-HAND DOOR LOCK

12947R3
12947R3

Remove :

- door trim panel (see section 73B),

- the three mounting screws (A) for the lock on the door.

13423R
13423R

Remove the upper and lower hooks on the door lock.

Remove :

- the two mounting screws for hook (B),

- sleeve stop (C) from its position on hook,

- the end of the control cable.

NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and striker plates for swing-out doors

52 C
52
C
12948R2
12948R2

Remove the control linkage for the opening handle on the inside (D), the cylinder (E) and the exterior door catch (F).

For electrically controlled locks, remove the connector for the motor mounted on the lock.

Remove the lock from the inner door shell.

NOTE: The control cables can be removed from the upper and lower hooks directly on the lock at (G); it is not essential to remove these two hooks described on the pre- vious page in order to remove the lock.

NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and striker plates for swing-out doors

52 C
52
C

REMOVING LEFT-HAND DOOR LOCK

12944R1
12944R1

Remove:

- door trim,

- the interior opening handle (one mounting screw (H)),

- the two mounting screws (I) from the lock stri- ker plate on the door.

In the same way as for removing the right-hand door lock, remove the control cables from the hooks, either directly at the lock or, if necessary, at each hook as described above.

Remove the lock from the inner shell of the door.

NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and striker plates for swing-out doors

52 C
52
C

REFITTING AND ADJUSTING

Perform the operations to refit the lock together with its retaining hooks in reverse order to removal. Fit the hooks without tightening their mounting screws. Fit the door seals. Remove the two mounting screws (J) for the central striker plate (see previous page).

NOTE : Possible movements for adjustment are shown by the arrows in the drawings below.

12940R
12940R
12941R
12941R

Move the stops to the following positions:

- the fixed stops (K) to the vehicle floor,

- the moving stops (L) on the doors into the top position but do not lock them.

Adjust the upper and lower striker plates (M) in order to obtain sufficient pressure for the door seals.

Adjust the central striker plate (J) (see previous page) and the retaining hooks (N).

Tighten the mounting screws for the moving stops (L) so that they make contact with the fixed stops (K).

12368R
12368R

Check the clearance between the two doors. If the two doors are not correctly centred, adjust the hinges to obtain the correct clearance.

Follow the instructions given on the next page to carry out this adjustment.

NON-SIDE OPENING ELEMENT MECHANISMS

Locks and striker plates for swing-out doors

52 C
52
C

ADJUSTING THE OPENING CLEARANCE FOR SWING-OUT DOORS

PRF5201
PRF5201

Remove the two screws (P) securing the upper hinge embellisher

Unclip the embellisher at (O) and remove it from its position on the door.

12947R4
12947R4

Remove door trim.

Undo the six mounting screws (Q).

Adjust the two doors at (Y) to ensure that they are centred and adjust opening clearance to 8 mm.

Tighten the screws securing the hinges, ensuring that the following torques are used.

TIGHTENING TORQUES (in daN.m)

TIGHTENING TORQUES (in daN.m)

Hinge mounting screws Mounting screws for moving stops Upper/lower lock hooks Upper/lower lock striker plates Central lock Central lock striker plate

2.6

0.8

0.8

1.8

0.8

1.8

WINDOWS Sliding window in door

54 A
54
A
PRF5402
PRF5402

REMOVING

Remove door trim (see section 72A).

WINDOWS Sliding window in door

54 A
54
A
12936R
12936R

Remove the seal for the window surround, including the outside weatherstrip (see section 66A).

Close the window.

Remove the lower channel for the window (two mounting screws (A)).

Open the window sufficiently to remove the two mounting screws (B) on the moving slide for the window riser.

Refit the window at the base of the inner door shell.

WINDOWS Sliding window in door

54 A
54
A
12935R
12935R

Remove the two mounting screws (C) on the fixed upright.

NOTE: The lower securing point (C) can be reached by removing a blanking plate fit- ted on the lining.

WINDOWS Sliding window in door

54 A
54
A
PRF5400

PRF5400

Remove the mounting screw (D) from the fixed upright on the upper door pillar.

Remove the upright by pulling it upwards out of the inner door shell.

Remove the glass from the inner door shell.

REFITTING

IMPORTANT

Before tightening mounting screws (C) and (D) on the fixed upright, make sure that the seal around the glass is properly fitted on the glass.

Perform the following operations to adjust the

position of the glass correctly on the operating slide for the window lifter:

- Secure the glass on the slide but do not tigh- ten it.

- Raise the window so that it is in the top stop position.

- Tighten the screw which can be accessed through the opening in the inner door shell.

- Lower the window and tighten the second screw in its initial position.

WINDOWS Fixed window in door

54 B
54
B
PRF5403
PRF5403

REMOVING

Remove:

- door trim (see section 72A),

- the exterior rear view mirror (see section 56A).

WINDOWS Fixed window in door

54 B
54
B
12935R1
12935R1

Remove:

- the sliding window but do not take this out of the inner door shell.

- the channel and exterior door weatherstrip (see section 66A),

- the front fixed upright (A).

Pull the glass/surround seal assembly towards the rear and release the seal from its position on the door.

REFITTING

NOTE : When refitting the window on the door, make sure that the seal is correctly fitted on the glass where it is adjacent to the rear upright.

WINDOWS

Windscreen

54 C
54
C
PRF5404
PRF5404

REMOVING

12925R
12925R

REMOVING TRIM FROM THE A-PILLARS

Partially remove the door seal.

Remove the two mounting screws (A) from the trim.

Unclip the trim (two clips) and release it from the pillar lining.

12830R1
12830R1

REMOVING COWL VENT GRILLE

Remove the four securing screws (B).

Take out the two central retaining clips (C) by pressing the two plastic pins at the centre of each clip, using a torx 10 screwdriver.

Keep these two pins so that they can be used for refitting.

Disconnect the windscreen washer pipes fitted to to the windscreen wiper arm.

Take off the half grille by sliding a section (1) of the part upwards.

WINDOWS

Windscreen

54 C
54
C
13414R
13414R

Remove the retaining spacers (D) from the winds- creen.

To do this, cut the base of these spacers using a cutting tool and remove the part that is still affixed to the windscreen aperture cross member.

NOTE: The retaining spacers cannot be reused. New spacers must be fitted each time the winds- creen is removed.

99534S
99534S

Remove:

- the exterior surround, starting to release it at the base of the windscreen aperture

- the wipers (use tool Elé. 1294-01 to remove the wiper blade holders).

99536S
99536S

Insert the the cutting wire at one of the lower cor- ners and fit the piercing tool and the pulling han- dle.

Cut through the mastic bead and remove the windscreen.

The "easy-cut" pneumatic cutter (SODICAM/ DCAV) can also be used to cut the bonded seal.

12265S
12265S

Please refer to Technical Note No. 414 for infor- mation on the removal procedure and informa- tion on how to use the "easy-cut" tool.

WINDOWS

Windscreen

54 C
54
C

REFITTING

CLEANING THE WINDSCREEN APERTURE

PREPARING THE NEW WINDSCREEN AND THE WINDSCREEN APERTURE

88369S
88369S

Do not forget to fit the retaining spacers before refitting the windscreen.

To refit the windscreen, follow the instructions given in the general method for removing windows (Technical Note No. 371A).

REFITTING THE WINDSCREEN WIPERS

PRG54.2
PRG54.2

Use a wire brush to clean the shaft splines.

Check the splines in the arm.

Refit the wiper arms, fit the nuts and tighten them to a torque 22 N.m using a torque wrench.

Check that the wipers operate correctly.

Refit the caps over the nuts.

NOTE : If the windscreen wiper motor has opera- ted during the removal operation, reset this to the "park" position before refitting the wiper arms.

A vehicle equipped with a driver’s air bag is identi-

fied by placing an adhesive label in the bottom cor- ner of the windscreen on the driver’s side.

If the vehicle is also equipped with a passenger air

bag, a second adhesive label is placed at the bottom

of the windscreen on the passenger side.

Each time the windscreen is replaced, do not forget

to affix the labels indicating that the vehicle is

equipped with an air bag.

All these labels are available as a set under Part No.:

77 01 205 442.

EXTERIOR PROTECTION Front bumper

55 A
55
A
PRF5504

PRF5504

REMOVING

12832R
12832R

Remove:

- the two mounting bolts (A) under the radiator grille,

- the two side mounting bolts (B),

- the two lower mounting bolts (C).

12833R
12833R

Remove the two mounting bolts (D) between the mud guard and the bumper.

EXTERIOR PROTECTION Rear bumper

55 B
55
B
PRF5505

PRF5505

REMOVING

Remove:

- the two protective shells at the side (three mounting screws (A) + retaining clips with central section (B)),

- the central section (four mounting screws (C)),

- the backing springs (two mounting screws (D) + mounting screw (E)).

The retaining lugs on the central section of the bumper are secured to the rear side members by means of bolts (F).

EXTERIOR PROTECTION Radiator grille

55 C
55
C
PRF5508

PRF5508

REMOVING

12831R1
12831R1

Remove:

- the four upper mounting screws (A),

- one screw at the bottom of the grille in the centre (B).

12834R1
12834R1

Remove:

- the two direction indicators (remove the retai- ning spring (C)),

- the two side mounting bolts (D) in the grille.

EXTERIOR PROTECTION Radiator grille

55 C
55
C
12835S
12835S

The two retaining clips must be removed in order to release the grille from its housing at the front of the vehicle.

EXTERIOR PROTECTION Cowl vent grille

55 D
55
D
PRF5509

PRF5509

REMOVING A HALF GRILLE SECTION

12830R
12830R

Remove the four mounting screws (A).

Take out the two central retaining clips (B) by pus- hing the two plastic pins at the centre of each clip, using a 10 mm torx screwdriver.

Keep these two pins so that they can be used for refitting.

Disconnect the windscreen washer pipe fitted to the windscreen wiper arm.

Take off the half grille by sliding a section (1) of the part upwards.

EXTERIOR PROTECTION Cowl vent grille

55 D
55
D
13414R1
13414R1

NOTE: The windscreen wiper arm does not need to be removed if both half sections of the grille are to be removed.

Make sure that the retaining clips are in position (C) before the half grille is refitted.

EXTERIOR PROTECTION Side protective moulding

55 E
55
E
PRF5506

PRF5506

DESCRIPTION

Methods for removing the following side protective mouldings:

- Protective arch for front wing (1),

- Protective moulding for front door (2),

- Square protective piece (3),

- Protective moulding for sliding door (4),

- Arch and protective moulding for rear panel (5),

- Set of replacement clips (6).

EXTERIOR PROTECTION Side protective mouldings

55 E
55
E

REMOVING ARCHED SECTION (1)

13648R
13648R

Remove mounting screws (A) and (B).

Unclip arch at (C) to release it from its position on the front wing.

REMOVING FRONT DOOR MOULDING (2)

13418R
13418R

Remove the two mounting screws (A).

Push the moulding towards the rear of the vehicle to release it from its retaining clips (B), (C) and (D).

13417R
13417R

Diagram of retaining clips in moulding:

- two white clips (B),

- two grey clips (C),

- one red clip (D).

EXTERIOR PROTECTION Side protective mouldings

55 E
55
E

REMOVING SQUARE PROTECTIVE PIECE (3)

12836R
12836R

The square protective piece consists of a flap clip- ped on to a base fitting mounted on the lower bo- dy. To open out this flap (1) lift it slowly and release the two retaining clips (2).

12640R1
12640R1

Remove the mounting screws (A) from the base.

Using a flat screwdriver, fold back the lugs of the two retaining clips (B) to release the square piece from its housing on the lower part of the vehicle body.

PROTECTIVE MOULDING FOR SLIDING DOOR (4)

13419R
13419R

Remove the two mounting screws (A).

Push the moulding towards the rear to release it from the retaining clips (B), (C) and (D).

NOTE: Push the moulding towards the front to re- lease the moulding fitted on the opposite side.

13420R
13420R

Diagram of retaining clips:

- six white clips (B),

- four grey clips (C),

- one red clip (D).

EXTERIOR PROTECTION Side protective mouldings

55 E
55
E

REMOVING MOULDING ON REAR PANEL (5)

13421R
13421R

Remove the two retaining screws (A).

Push the moulding towards the front (right-hand side) and towards the rear (left-hand side) in or- der to release it from the retaining clips (B), (C) and (D).

13422R
13422R

Diagram of retaining clips:

- one white clip (B),

- two grey clips (C),

- one red clip (D).

PROTECTIVE ARCH FOR REAR PANEL (5)

13416R
13416R

Remove the mounting screw (A) and the two nuts (B).

13415R
13415R

Pull the trim to release the retaining clips (C).

EXTERIOR PROTECTION Side protective mouldings

55 E
55
E

REFITTING RETAINING CLIPS (6)

When refitting the side protective mouldings lis- ted above, first make sure that all the white, red and grey clips are in position

It is essential to replace any clips which may be broken. Use a spare parts kit, Part No. 77 01 470 779.

This kit contains:

- 6 white clips,

- 5 grey clips,

- 1 red clip.

NOTE: To remove white and grey clips, turn the clips a quarter of a turn and take them out of their housing.

These clips must be correctly aligned before clip- ping the protective moulding in position.

EXTERIOR PROTECTION

Protective strip at base of swing-out doors

55 F
55
F
PRF5507
PRF5507

REMOVING

12945R
12945R

Remove:

- the swing-out door trim (see section 73B),

- the two mounting nuts (A).

12942R1
12942R1

Unclip the panel at (B) using a pair of unclipping pliers and take off the panel.

EXTERIOR ACCESSORIES Exterior rear view mirror

56 A
56
A

REMOVING

12933R
12933R
12933R

Remove:

- the door trim (see section 72-A),

- the two mounting screws (A).

EXTERIOR ACCESSORIES Exterior rear view mirror

56 A
56
A
12926R
12926R

Remove the blanking plate (B) using a ball of ma- stic.

Take out the mounting screw (C).

Remove the rear view mirror.

EXTERIOR ACCESSORIES Large part of rear view mirror

56 B
56
B
PRB5606
PRB5606

REMOVING

12929R
12929R

Tilt the rear view mirror towards the exterior.

Insert tool Car. 1363. Use the edge of the rear view mirror plastic casing as support and push as indicated below (1).

12927R1
12927R1

The guides (A) will ensure that the window is cor- rectly positioned.

Disconnect the de-icing wiring harness, if the vehi- cle is equipped with this option.

REFITTING

Align the mirror in the correct position and press it to clip it into the base of the rear view mirror.

EXTERIOR ACCESSORIES

Plastic rear view mirror casing and small part of mirror

56 C
56
C
PRB5607
PRB5607

REMOVING

12928R
12928R

Remove the large part of the rear view mirror (see section 56-B).

Use the plastic rear view mirror casing at each side of the small part of the mirror as support in order to make a gap large enough to remove the two mounting screws (A). Use tool Car. 1363 for this operation.

12927R
12927R

Remove:

- the two mounting screws (B) and take out the mirror/plastic casing assembly,

- the four mounting screws (C) in the plastic ca- sing on the mirror support and take off the ca- sing.

EXTERIOR ACCESSORIES

Panel holding rear number plate lights

56 D
56
D
PRB5603
PRB5603

REMOVING

12943R
12943R

Remove:

- the swing-out door trim (see section 73-B),

- the three mounting nuts (A)

12942R
12942R

Use a pair of pliers to unclip the lights panel at (B) and unplug the connectors supplying power to the number plate lights .

Remove the panel.

EXTERIOR ACCESSORIES Badge

56 E
56
E

REMOVING

13687S
13687S

The Renault badge is mounted directly in the plastic part of the radiator grille and does not have any retaining clips.

13686R
13686R

If the radiator grille or the badge itself is replaced, the radiator grille must be removed (see section

55-C).

Apply pressure each pin (A) to release the badge from its location.

LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES Dashboard

57 A
57
A
PRF5700
PRF5700

REMOVING

12817-1S
12817-1S

Disconnect the battery.

Unclip the central steering wheel cover.

Remove the steering wheel bolt (fit new bolt).

Mark the position of the steering wheel in rela- tion to the steering column (in preparation for the refitting operation) and then remove the steering wheel.

LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES Dashboard 57 A REMOVING THE STEERING WHEEL WITH THE AIR BAG COMMENT:
LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES
Dashboard
57
A
REMOVING THE STEERING WHEEL WITH THE AIR
BAG
COMMENT: If the stalks switch assembly is
removed, the rotating switch connector must be
disconnected on steering wheels equipped with
air bags.
IMPORTANT : When a steering wheel is removed,
the position must be marked by immobilising the
rotating switch with adhesive tape.
ATTENTION: Pyrotechnic systems (air bags and
pretensioners) MUST NOT be handled near a
source or heat or frame. Risk of detonation.
REMOVING A-PILLAR TRIM
13302S

Disconnect the battery. Take out the driver’s air bag by removing the two mounting bolts (torx 30) behind the steering wheel.

13301S
13301S

It is essential to disconnect the air bag connector.

Take out the steering wheel bolt.

With the wheels in straight ahead position, re- move the steering wheel .

12925R
12925R

Remove:

- the door seal (partially, in the area which makes contact with the trim),

- the two mounting screws (A).

Unclip the trim (two clips) and separate the trim from the A-pillar lining.

LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES Dashboard 57 A 12818R 12822R2
LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES
Dashboard
57
A
12818R
12822R2

Remove the part of the door seal along the A- pillar.

Take out the two screws (A).

12817-2S
12817-2S

Remove:

- the car radio and its connectors (if fitted),

- the four ashtray mounting screws and the heater control panel.

Remove the two mounting screws (F) for the hea- ter control unit.

Take out the two lower screws (G).

Disconnect the connectors for the cigar light and the hazard warning light switch.

LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES Dashboard 57 A Remove: - the four mounting screws (H) for the
LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES
Dashboard
57
A
Remove:
- the four mounting screws (H) for the inspec-
tion aperture flap bracket,
- the four mounting screws (I) for the instru-
ment panel.
Disconnect the instrument panel and take it out.
12817-1S

Remove:

- the lower half shell casing under the steering wheel,

- the upper half shell casing,

- the stalk switch assembly and the relevant connectors.

IMPORTANT: If a driver’s air bag is fitted, refer to the above instructions for removing the rotating switch.

12825R1
12825R1

Press the two retaining clips (G) for the flap over the inspection aperture under the steering co- lumn.

12824S
12824S

Remove the three dashboard mounting screws on the steering column.

LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES Dashboard 57 A PRF5701
LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES
Dashboard
57
A
PRF5701

Remove:

- the three upper covers (J) using a flat screwdriver,

- the three upper mounting screws for the dashboard (K).

Unplug the speaker connectors.

Remove the dashboard from the passenger compartment.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS ON REFITTING

Refitting a steering wheel equipped with an air bag

Make sure that the wheels are always in straight ahead position and check that the rotating switch is always immobilised before it is refitted.

If any points are unclear, follow the centring me- thod described in section 88 on the driver’s air bag.

IMPORTANT: Before reconnecting the driver’s air bag, the procedure for checking the correct ope- ration of the system must be carried out. (Refer to the instructions on this procedure in section 88.)

ATTENTION: If these instructions are not followed correctly, the system may not operate normally or may even be detonated unintentionally

Fit a new steering wheel bolt (pre-bonded bolt) each time the steering wheel is removed/refitted).

TIGHTENING TORQUES (in daN.m)

TIGHTENING TORQUES (in daN.m)

Steering wheel bolt Air bag/steering wheel mounting bolt

2.5

0.5

LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES Console 57 B PRF5703
LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES
Console
57
B
PRF5703

REMOVING

12930R
12930R

Unclip the gear shift lever gaiter.

Remove the four mounting screws (A) from the console on the cab floor.

LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES Glove box door

57 C
57
C

REMOVING

12823R1
12823R1

Open the glove box door.

Press lug (B) to release stop (C) for the glove box door.

Remove the four mounting bolts (D).

Use a flat screwdriver to release the two clips (E) and take off the glove box door support.

LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES Notepad support

57 D
57
D

REMOVING

12820R
12820R

This operation can be carried out with the dash- board in situ.

The support for the cigar lighter and the hazard lights are removed in the same way

Remove:

- the ashtray,

- the heater control panel.

The notepad support is clipped on the dashboard (A) (see illustration opposite).

Press these clips to release the support at the bot- tom (1).

Pull the support downwards (2) to release the re- taining lug (B) (see illustration opposite).

Remove the support.

To refit, proceed in reverse order to removal (as detailed in the instructions above).

12819R1
12819R1

To take out the notepad retaining tab, release it from the retaining lugs (C).

LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES Net retainer for storage compartment

57 E
57
E
PRF5702
PRF5702

NOTE: The dashboard does not need to be remo- ved to perform this operation.

REMOVING

12822R3
12822R3

Remove:

- the two lower mounting screws (A) from the dashboard,

- the ashtray and the heater control unit (two screw (B)).

12821R
12821R

Reach through the "heater control unit" aperture and under the dashboard to unclip along the en- tire circumference of the net retainer frame at (C).

LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES Central storage compartment 57 F REMOVING REMOVING THE DOOR LOCK CYLINDER 13425R
LOWER INTERIOR ACCESSORIES
Central storage compartment
57
F
REMOVING
REMOVING THE DOOR LOCK CYLINDER
13425R
13424R

Open the storage compartment cover.

Remove the compartment inserts.

Remove the four mounting screws (A) from the compartment on the cab floor.

Take off the retaining clip (B) and remove the cy- linder from its position on the cover.

NOTE: The cylinder has two positioning tabs which ensure that the cylinder is positioned at the correct angle when it is refitted.

INTERIOR SAFETY ACCESSORIES Front seat belts

59 A
59
A
PRB5901
PRB5901

TIGHTENING TORQUES (in daN.m)

TIGHTENING TORQUES (in daN.m)

Seat belt mounting bolts

2.5

IMPORTANT: For vehicles equipped with seat belt pretensioners, refer to the manual on air bags and pretensioners.

INTERIOR SAFETY ACCESSORIES Front seat belts

59 A
59
A

REMOVING THE SIDE SEAT BELT

PRB5905
PRB5905

Remove:

- the upper section of trim on the cab pillar (1) (see section 71B),

- the middle section of trim on the cab pillar (2) (see section 71C),

- the lower section of trim on the cab pillar (3) (see section 71D).

13179-1R
13179-1R

Unclip the belt guide (A) . To do this, reach behind the lining and the cab pillar to release the clips from their housings.

Remove mounting screw (B) from seat belt retrac- tor on cab pillar closing panel.

Pull upwards to release it from the retaining lug (C).

Remove the seat belt retractor.

INTERIOR SAFETY ACCESSORIES Front seat belts

59 A
59
A
PRB5902
PRB5902

REMOVING THE SEAT BELT RETRACTOR FOR THE THIRD BELT ON THE REAR BENCH SEAT

13272
13272

Remove the seat mountings.

Disconnect the pretensioner wiring harness.

13265
13265

Remove the two mounting screws on the upper belt web guide cover.

Remove the cable.

13261
13261

Remove the five mounting screws at the rear of seatback shell.

INTERIOR SAFETY ACCESSORIES Front seat belts 59 A 13262 13264
INTERIOR SAFETY ACCESSORIES
Front seat belts
59
A
13262
13264

Remove the seat belt retractor cover (one moun- ting screw).

Take off the lower seat belt mounting secured to the central upright of the seat frame.

13263
13263

Take out the seat belt retractor mounting screw on the seat upright.

Release the seat belt web from its upper guide and remove the seat belt assembly.

REMOVE THE UPPER BELT GUIDE COVER

Unclip the closing tab for the belt guide by pus- hing the guide as shown in the above illustration.

Release the seat belt web.