Kia Niro: Crash Pad / Center Fascia Panel Repair procedures

Replacement
  

Put on gloves to protect your hands.

  

Use a plastic panel removal tool to remove interior trim pieces without marring the surface.

Be careful not to bend or scratch the trim and panels.

[Center fascia panel]

1.

Remove the crash pad side cover [RH] (A) by using a remover.

2.

Remove the crash pad plate [RH] (A) by using a remover.

3.

Disconnect the start/stop button connector (A).

4.

Remove the center fascia panel (A) by using a remover.

5.

Install in the reverse order of removal.

  

Make sure the connectors are connected properly.

Replace any damaged clips.

[Center fascia lower panel]

1.

Remove the crash pad side cover [LH] (A) by using a remover.

2.

Remove the crash pad lower panel (A) after loosening the screw.

3.

Disconnect the fuel filler door switch connector (A).

4.

Remove the crash pad side cover [RH] (A) by using a remover.

5.

Remove the crash pad garnish [LH] (A) by using a remover.

6.

Disconnect the start/stop button connector (A).

7.

Pull out and remove the gear knob (A).

8.

Remove the front console upper cover (A) by using a remover.

9.

Disconnect the console upper cover connector (A).

10.

Remove the center fascia lower panel (A) by using a remover.

11.

Install in the reverse order of removal.

  

Make sure the connector is connected properly.

Replace any damaged clips.

Center Fascia Panel Components and components location
Component Location 1. Center fascia panel assembly 2. Center fascia lower panel assembly ...

Crash Pad Garnish [RH] Components and components location
Component Location 1. Crash pad plate assembly [RH] ...

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