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Anyone Removed the Plastic Tray in the trunk? #195975 Jun 9, 2:24pm Jun 9, 2:24pm
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Anyone Removed the Plastic Tray in the trunk?
I was wondering if anyone was sucessful in removing that pretty useless plastic tray (right behind the rear seats) in the trunk? I remember reading that under it is a metal bar or something. I want to know if its not too difficult to remove so that there would be much more room for a speaker box back there. It would look pretty sweet and allow for more trunk space at the same time.

Re: Anyone Removed the Plastic Tray in the trunk? [Re: fonz182] #195976 Jun 9, 2:37pm Jun 9, 2:37pm
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not hard at all.. here's what you do..look for the 2 clip at each end of the plastic.. only 2 clip, use a pen and press the center of the clip down and remove it..that's it..pull everything up and out and u're done, but it'll look bad if you don't have anything to cover it up..


Originally Posted by pesho01
Question:
Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
Re: Anyone Removed the Plastic Tray in the trunk? [Re: celicafourotwo] #195977 Jun 9, 2:46pm Jun 9, 2:46pm
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u got PM fonz182.


Originally Posted by pesho01
Question:
Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
Re: Anyone Removed the Plastic Tray in the trunk? [Re: celicafourotwo] #195978 Jun 9, 2:58pm Jun 9, 2:58pm
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All my trunk plastics are out for a while or in and nothing secured. It's easy. I think you have to loosten both sides plastics also to slide that tray out. No wait you're right. Damn, now I'm going to have to put the plastics back in just to familiarize myself with the trunk set up again.

Re: Anyone Removed the Plastic Tray in the trunk? [Re: hephaestus] #195979 Jun 9, 3:06pm Jun 9, 3:06pm
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^^^hehe..i just put all mine back yesterday..i was like where this clip go? where that go..i took them off for like 2wks and couldn't remember exactly where, plus that fact that some one put all the clip and bolts together in one cup when i already separated them out so i could remember where it goes..but no sweat, there are only 8 or 10 totals of bolts and clips..5 for each side.
Oh yah, if you can't rmember where they go, go to new celica.org, under the installs page there's the TRD rear strut bar install guide..it won't let me post the link onto here..very detail. with pics too.


Originally Posted by pesho01
Question:
Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
Re: Anyone Removed the Plastic Tray in the trunk? [Re: celicafourotwo] #195980 Jun 10, 11:46am Jun 10, 11:46am
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oh does anyone have any pics on how it looks tray off or pics of a speaker set up where they built around it?

Re: Anyone Removed the Plastic Tray in the trunk? [Re: fonz182] #195981 Jun 10, 12:18pm Jun 10, 12:18pm
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super simple to do, i've taken my plastics off countless times, i'm lazy now and just drive around with no interior smile


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Re: Anyone Removed the Plastic Tray in the trunk? [Re: Illusive] #195982 Jun 10, 3:34pm Jun 10, 3:34pm
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dont have any pics, but its a ridge about 1 1/2 tall by about 2 inches wide. with the tray off it looks kinda trashy imo.


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Re: Anyone Removed the Plastic Tray in the trunk? [Re: csheriff] #195983 Jun 10, 3:36pm Jun 10, 3:36pm
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looks like this...

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was....5speed with i/h/e
15.41 @ 89.30mph 2.282 60'

is....04 srt4 stock
13.936 100.15mph 2.177 60'
Re: Anyone Removed the Plastic Tray in the trunk? [Re: NorwayGT] #195984 Jun 10, 6:23pm Jun 10, 6:23pm
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watch what you put in in place of the tray. That bolt back in under the metal brace is your top shock bolt and you will need to get to it to remove your rear shocks

Re: Anyone Removed the Plastic Tray in the trunk? [Re: grcelica] #195985 Jun 10, 6:27pm Jun 10, 6:27pm
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thanks for the help rice

Re: Anyone Removed the Plastic Tray in the trunk? [Re: fonz182] #195986 Jun 11, 4:24pm Jun 11, 4:24pm
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In my profile theres pics of my sub box. I used plans from celica.net to build it. I holds a 12" and hides all the wiring behind the flaps on the sides and the amp mounts to the face. You can find more information in the electrical/audio section of the celica.net message board in a frequently asked questions post on the top of that board.

Re: Anyone Removed the Plastic Tray in the trunk? [Re: OneShotUno] #195987 Jun 11, 5:03pm Jun 11, 5:03pm
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Everything in the trunk is pretty easy to take out. I take it all out sometimes. Some of the plastic clips break very easily.


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