My Pantera get flooding on both carpet by rain. all seals of windshield and others are new. where is the water coming from ? possibly by the air inlet in fron of the windshield ? how can I check if drainage is ok ?
thanks, Uli
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How is the grill best to remove. I got one end of, the second keep in the position. I tried carefully with a tongs, no chance... I saw other Pantera today at Nürburgring old timer GP, these have the grill fixed with screws...
thanks,
Uli
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Originally posted by Uli:
How is the grill best to remove. I got one end of, the second keep in the position. I tried carefully with a tongs, no chance... I saw other Pantera today at Nürburgring old timer GP, these have the grill fixed with screws...
thanks,
Uli


Uli the plastic clips holding the grills in place are very stiff and can easily break when trying to pull off the Grille, you can buy new rubber grommets from your local hardware store
as a replacement, then they will push in easily.
quote:
Originally posted by Uli:
How is the grill best to remove. I got one end of, the second keep in the position. I tried carefully with a tongs, no chance... I saw other Pantera today at Nürburgring old timer GP, these have the grill fixed with screws...
thanks,
Uli
Removal:

Thin blade putty knife

Small flat blade screwdriver

Soft cloth strips

There are 8 pins. One at each corner and 4 on the outer edge of the two wide panels on the grill.

Lubricant at each pin might help removal.

If it won't lift with just gentle lifting at the edges, loop the cloth under several grill ribs to help lift it out. Lift only at the outer edges.

Good luck,

Larry

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got it, puhhh. tried to lift with isolated wiring, no chance. bent a 2" long nail 90°. reduced the diameter with iron filing. Bent up pin by pin. only 4 pins and 3 pins keep the grill such strong. with the fully 8 pin you can liftz the car... I was thinking this is also air inlet for fresh air and heating, but it is not. what else is that all needed for, just for windscreen wiper,
thank you, Uli

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