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Celica_Zheng
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Celica_Zheng Dec 14, 5:28am - #350628 
2001 Absolutely Red Toyota Celica GT
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Footrest Cover

any one know how to take the Footrest cover off a 01 GT Auto so i can put a aftermarket one back in
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Elec-FuYu Dec 14, 9:12am - #350629 
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u have a rubber on it or aluminum plate from stock?

if just the rubber, i think you just screw it on top... wont be a perfect for sure tho.

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simonw Dec 14, 11:17am - #350630 
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wat sort of aftermarket footrest is better than stock? Got pic
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OneShotUno Dec 14, 2:36pm - #350631 

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The cover is just held to the floor with plastic clips, pry it off.
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Celica_Zheng Dec 15, 3:31am - #350632 
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I have a rubber one so do i just pry it out or is there a screw somewhere?
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Doppelganger Dec 15, 2:49pm - #350633 

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Assuming it's the same as the GT manual, there are no screws, just pull up on it, and it pops off. It's not so much a footrest "cover" as it is an entire one-piece footrest. I'm still curious how the aftermarket one is going to attach, since most leave the OEM footrest in place and screw a new cover over top of it.
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