Toyota Yaris: Rear floor pan (ASSY) - BODY PANEL REPLACEMENT - Toyota Yaris XP90 2005–2010 Collision Repair ManualToyota Yaris: Rear floor pan (ASSY)

REPLACEMENT

With the body lower back panel and floor side rail front panel removed.

With the body lower back panel and floor side rail front panel removed.

REMOVAL

INSTALLATION

INSTALLATION

Temporarily install the new parts and measure each part of the new parts in accordance with the body dimension diagram. (See the body dimension diagram) Inspect the fitting of the related parts around the new parts before welding. This affects the appearance of the finish.

After welding, apply polyurethane foam to the corresponding parts.

After welding, apply body sealer and undercoating to the corresponding parts.

After applying the top coat, apply anti-rust agent to the internal panel portion of the closed section structural weld points.

Rear floor side panel extension (ASSY)

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    Rear floor side panel extension (ASSY)
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