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Old 04-14-2019, 03:45 PM   #1
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2008 Pacifica engine access help

We are trying to get to our engine via the hatch under the bed but we can't see how to move the bed frame in order to be able to open the hatch, any help would be much appreciated.
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My 07 TE40B has a hatch on the rear right corner. You gain access by removing the corner of the bed frame. It is built to be removed. Not sure what model you have.
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It's an 08 pc40ci. Our hatch is under the bottom left side of the bed frame. The head of the bed faces the drivers side and is in a slide out. It's definitely not designed to fold away or move for the hatch without completely removing all the screws out of the bed frame pedestal.
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Picture of the corner of my bed. My whole bed is a slideout You can see the seam in carpet and carpet in bed bottom. I need to unscrew the little frame to get corner out to open hatch. Tom
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Old 04-16-2019, 11:44 AM   #5
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Mine looks different for sure. Where your little removable corner is I have a drawer and I don't have a corner piece like that. From what I can see, I need to remove about 20 screws to lift the frame off the corner of the hatch. I will over it again though and double check. Thanks for the pic!
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