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So how do you remove the glove box cover on the 2008 Vespa s150?
I know technically there's no glove box, just two storage pockets. Don't know what else to call it.
I have five screws out of the leg side and two large screws are out at the front top under the front shield cover.
The top of the shield is completely loose, it's sticking up the bottom. Are there clips or what?
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It is not letting me upload pics right now look up
Need help with the silver beading on leg shield
That exact posting has a tutorial you're missing a couple screws that you didn't remove. They are located underneath the furthest leg shield rubber pieces.
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Thanks it's the ones under the rubber strips that were stumping me. I'll have it off in a minute.
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Lake shield off, lock cylinder out, waiting for Amazon to show up with the new lock set.
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WEB-Tech wrote:
Thanks it's the ones under the rubber strips that were stumping me. I'll have it off in a minute.
I've done it several times but for some reason I don't remember well. Doesn't the glove box and the floor board come out as one piece?
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Back after reviewing old notes. The rubber panel in the middle of the floorboard is to be lifted. There is a screw hiding in there. I really hope that helps.
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