Carpet Replacement

SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before performing repairs or service.

NOTE:
  • Put on gloves to protect your hands.
  • When removing components, use the handy remover set or equivalent.
  • Take care not to damage, wrinkle or twist the carpet.
  • Be careful not to damage the dashboard or other interior trim pieces.

1.Remove these items:


2.Push the knob (A) back to release the hooks (B) then pull up the accelerator pedal (C).

 

3.LHD: Remove the footrest (A).

-1 Using a 6 mm hexagon socket wrench, remove the lower clip (B) from the stud bolt (C).
-2 Using a flat-tip screwdriver, remove the upper clip (D) from the stud bolt.

 

4.RHD: Detach the clips, then remove footrest (A).

 

5.Remove the bolts (A, B), and detach the connector clip (C), then remove the center pipe extension (D).

 

6.Remove the rear heater joint duct (A).

 

7.Disconnect the parking brake cables from the equalizer.

8.Remove the clips.

 

9.Release the fasteners (A), then pull the carpet (B) out from under the dashboard. LHD is shown; RHD is symmetrical.

 

10.Pull the seat harnesses (C) out through the hole in the carpet, then remove the carpet.

11.Install the carpet in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

  • Take care not to damage, wrinkle or twist the carpet.
  • Make sure the seat harnesses and parking brake cables are routed correctly.
  • Check for damaged or stress-whitened clips, and if necessary, replace them with new ones.
  • Push the fasteners and clips into place securely.
  • Push the accelerator pedal hooks into place securely, and after installing, make sure the accelerator pedal does not come off the floor by pulling it up.