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[Movano] Movano middle side loading door rail

Discussion in 'Movano and Vivaro (including Renault/Nissan Derivatives) Commercial Vehicles owners forum' started by Michael Debnath, Jun 19, 2017.

  1. Michael Debnath

    Michael Debnath New Member

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    Hello, I'm having a major problem with the side loading door middle rail it seems to have worn excessively to the point if I'm not careful the side door comes off, I've ordered a new rail, and got new rollers, just wondering though if anyone can advise how I remove the rail and how they are fixed ?
    Thanks in advance
     
  2. AlT

    AlT Member

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    Dont know the movano setup Mike but the above like for a vivaro may be of some help.

    Regards
    Al
     
  3. dji8785

    dji8785 Well-Known Member

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    undo the bolts on the rail from inside the van, (hope its just a panel van)
    should be a handful of 10/13mm nuts to bolt the rail on, should not take too long.
     

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