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trunk door plastic removal... #144845 Apr 4, 4:28pm Apr 4, 4:28pm
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trunk door plastic removal...
anyone knows how to remove it? i unscrew 1 bolt... but still cant take it off... plz help. smile

Re: trunk door plastic removal... [Re: Sparty] #144846 Apr 4, 6:25pm Apr 4, 6:25pm
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you unscrew the bolt holding the handle, then get a corner of that mofo and pull...

it's held on by clips...so don't be afraid. grin


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Re: trunk door plastic removal... [Re: VSGTS14] #144847 Apr 4, 6:32pm Apr 4, 6:32pm
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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
you unscrew the bolt holding the handle, then get a corner of that mofo and pull...

it's held on by clips...so don't be afraid. grin


ditto.

practially EVERY panel in the celia is clip-on. which is a good thing, but it gives it a 'cheap' feel at the same time.

just watch out, sometimes the clips have a habit of popping about all over the place..so keep your eyes open thumbsup

Re: trunk door plastic removal... [Re: Speed4TheNeed] #144848 Apr 4, 6:37pm Apr 4, 6:37pm
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extremely easy but like ^^^^he said they are easy to pop off when pulling it off


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Re: trunk door plastic removal... [Re: Spencer] #144849 Apr 5, 2:04pm Apr 5, 2:04pm
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Here's a helpful hint. If you pull and the white plastic clips remain stuck to the metal part, just use a hammer to pull them out, as you would pull a nail from the wall. Works great thumbsup


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Re: trunk door plastic removal... [Re: Sparty] #144850 Apr 5, 4:10pm Apr 5, 4:10pm
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Re: trunk door plastic removal... [Re: VSGTS14] #144851 Apr 5, 4:15pm Apr 5, 4:15pm
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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
you unscrew the bolt holding the handle, then get a corner of that mofo and pull...

it's held on by clips...so don't be afraid. grin


like he said thumbsup

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