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foot2firewall

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134 posts

43 months

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The fuse access panel on my S3 keeps dropping down into the passenger footwell. It's more annoying than anything else, but eventually something will get damaged. I've tried velcro, but that didn't last long. Has anyone got a simple solution that doesn't involve moving some of the electrics to a new location?

Sandgrounder

303 posts

30 months

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MIne has two metal tabs which I rotate to stop shelf from dropping. Must have been a Modification by a previous owner!

phillpot

8,143 posts

69 months

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This is my solution...........

a piece of black plastic (off-cut of the guttering I made the splitter from) screwed to the "flap" that then tucks into the panel above. It will stay there on its own but, not in the picture, there is usually a single screw in the middle to be 100%




Spanish S2

210 posts

18 months

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Good idea Mike, mine has a screw type plastic thing that I turn 90 degree's to release it as well as a Velcro strip.

AutoAndy

1,155 posts

101 months

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Mine did that as well.

In the end I glued Velcro to both sides so it wedged and velcroed which worked. Does that make sense?
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techbotics

1,089 posts

68 months

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Mine has a lux cable tie option a bit wasteful fut I have hundreds so sacrifice one to hold it closed

smile Damian S3

foot2firewall

Original Poster:

134 posts

43 months

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Thanks for all the ideas

wizzer

204 posts

49 months

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Mine is bolted up through the glove box with a wing nut on the inside, crude but it works.

AndrewS2

219 posts

50 months

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wizzer said:
Mine is bolted up through the glove box with a wing nut on the inside, crude but it works.
+1 smile

AndrewS2

219 posts

50 months

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wizzer said:
Mine is bolted up through the glove box with a wing nut on the inside, crude but it works.
+1 smile

glenrobbo

3,327 posts

36 months

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techbotics said:
Mine has a lux cable tie option a bit wasteful fut I have hundreds so sacrifice one to hold it closed

smile Damian S3
Damien, have you tried turning the Ty-wrap inside out so it grips but doesn't lock?
Perhaps I've been living oop here in the frugal north for too long...... smile
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