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Sprinter NCV3 and VS30 high roof upper rear door panels

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Seller:impactproducts✉️(2,856)99.5%, Location:Hood River, Oregon, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item:132001261454Sprinter NCV3 and VS30 high roof upper rear door panels. These panels fit in the upper part of the door on all 2007 to present highroof Sprinter vans. They are available in fine textured white, black, or grey Celtec which is a durable PVC based plastic composite board. Thickness is ~1/4" (6mm). The panels mount to the door with black plastic automotive style push pins included. No tools are required. The pins are very secure and won't allow the panel to come out or rattle. The panel is available with or without the small storage pocket shown. The opening of the storage pocket is 11 x 2 5/8" and is 1 1/2" above the bottom of the box. The inside of the box is 12 1/4 x 4 1/2 x 1.875" deep. It is a convenient space suitable for small items. Right is passenger side. Left is driver side. We also have this panel available with a hole cut out for a speaker in our store. Please check out our ebay store for more items. stores.ebay.com/impactproductsCondition:New without tags, Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer, Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted, Item must be returned within:30 Days, Refund will be given as:Money Back, Country/Region of Manufacture:United States, California Prop 65 Warning:WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov, Make:Sprinter NCV3 2007 to present, Brand:Impact Products

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If you have a Crew or Passenger van, it’s likely that you have the rear door panels installed. These have handy storage compartments in them.

If you want to insulate behind them or install a rear view camera in the license plate area, you’ll have to remove the panels.

Just recently we realized that we never described how to do this on the site. We’ve had several people ask how to take the trim off the door handle area, so here’s the missing information.

The driver’s side rear door panel just unclips like any other door panel. Slide a trim tool between the plastic panel and the metal door, and unclip the many green clips by twisting the trim tool to apply force right next to them. After you’ve undone a few this way, it might be easier to just pull the whole panel away using brute force.

On the passenger side, you have to remove the interior door latch handle trim before you can take the panel off. This piece of trim is a different design to almost every other piece of plastic in the van. It’s thin and easy to break. The tabs on it are flimsy.

To remove it, we gently pulled it away from the door using a trim tool, just enough to insert a pick into the gap (a small screwdriver would work too). The trick is to pull each tab on the trim piece away from the detent that holds it in place. That means levering it towards the outside edge of the trim piece.

You only have to push it a little way for it to unclip. Keep the trim tool wedged in so the tab doesn’t re-seat itself, and then move on to the next tab. After you’ve worked around three or four of them you’ll be able to pull the trim piece away further and more easily reach the other tabs.

The trim surrounding the door handle is flimsy, so be careful when you remove it.

Be careful, because there are also two tabs attached to the central vertical piece of the trim. If you look in the photo above you can just about make them out. They need to be pushed toward the join between the doors to unclip.

This might not be the preferred Mercedes way to remove the trim, but it worked for us. Go gently, take your time to really look for each clip location and free each one up, and you should be fine.

Once you've removed the trim, the rest of this rear panel is just like the other door panels. Use a trim tool to pry the green clips out from their holes.
Now you can fill the voids behind the panel with insulation, but remember to leave space for the storage area to fit back in.

Reinstallation is simple. After you’ve reattached the panel by popping all the green clips back in their holes, just offer the trim piece up to the latch area and push it gently into place. The tabs will re-engage with the detents and hold the whole thing together.

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How to remove the rear door panel and inner handle

I just insulated this door today, on my 2020 cargo van. Removing the factory panel was pretty easy, like Rocksnsalt mentioned. After taking the clips out with a trim tool, I was able to rotate the panel about 60-70 degrees clockwise, then wiggle it around and flex it slightly to get one corner of the panel on the outside of the handle trim. Then some more rotating and flexing and it came off. Replacing it later was slightly more time consuming, maybe 1-2 minutes, as I had to flex around to get the bottom part of the panel under the handle trim, then rotate to get the upper part. Considering my lack of mechanical aptitude, if I can do it, you can do it. In particular, I did not have to remove the door handle itself.

Noico sound deadening mat (not much, there wasn't a lot of accessible flat space) plus a bunch of Thinsulate made this door much less tinny to the tap, and slamming it shut sounds way more solid now.

 

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DYI Van Rear Door Panels for Sprinter Van with Storage Nooks - Review + Install

In my recent van tweaking, I discovered how valuable the rear doors of our Sprinter can be for storage. We already have tons of L track hanging on our van walls and it has proved to be extremely useful when traveling. We use hooks and carabiners to secure bedding, jackets, gear, hammocks, chairs….you name it. Keeping stuff off the bed and dinette helps us get our gear in and out of the van much easier. It’s also nice to have everything up and out of the way when it is time to set up our bed. Safety is another reason we keep everything secured while driving. You don’t want your stuff to become projectiles when cruising down the highway.

 

Installing Rear Sprinter Door L Track Strips & Anchors

The first step was to add L track to the upper area of the rear doors. I cut mine from a long strip, but you can buy 12″ sections from US Cargo Control. I used the angled/ flush mount style.

 

Step 1: Mark &  Drill the Hole

Using a center punch, mark your hole so your drill bit doesn’t walk. Then drill out a 23/64″ hole.

 

Step 2: Prime the Holes & Install your Rivnuts

First, prime the hole with some paint to prevent any rust from forming. Then install your rivnut. Some people use 1/4-20, some use M6 size, but they are both very similar in size and work for the fasteners needed to fit with the L track hook and mounts. Using an Astro rivnut tool, attach the rivnut to the end, stick it in the hole and compress it. Walla! You have threads!

 

Step 3: Bolt up the anchor and L track

Bolt up the anchor plate or angled L track with some nice stainless hardware. Finish off the L track strips with end caps for a nice look. Then simply add L track hooks or a 3 hook hanger to hang or mount whatever it is you want to put there. US Cargo makes some awesome 3 hook hanger or small hooks as well. The rear doors are a great place to hang things like jackets, portable chairs and other stuff up and out of the way.

 

DIY Rear Sprinter Door Cargo Bags

Ever since I finished off our interior, I have been very tempted to spend the extra money on some nice RB Components rear door stuff bags. I’m all about spending the money if it saves me tons of time or if it’s something I can’t make. I have never tried using a sewing machine. Who knows, maybe I can figure it out. Not today though! I want this stuff done now. I don’t have the patience or time for that.

I was about to pull the trigger on those fancy RB bags and drop $250 when I came across something in my garage…cargo nets. I pulled the rear door panels off and started setting it all up to see if it would work. Yep! It did! I simply took some cargo area nets with elastic ends like these and wrapped the rear door panels with them. I trimmed the excess netting off and stapled the netting about every inch or two. Note: I used 1/4″ staples so I didn’t blow through my door panel. After it was all said and done, walla! Rear door storage.

 

 

 

 

 

The Finished Product

 

Driver Side

 

Passenger Side

 

The rear cargo door storage bags work great to store things like our outdoor shower setup or hammocks!

 

Other Options

If you need smaller holes in the netting, another route I thought of going was to buy some mesh fabric and elastic cord to make my own. It could be installed the same way with wrapping and stapling it to the door panel.

 

There are tons of cargo netting products out there.

Pick what style netting suits your needs and get creative.

 

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