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ev3
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2002 Toyota Celica ZR

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Sep 25, 6:54am - #48026 
removing interior

okei i visited satoshi's site and looked thru this site's install guide on how to remove all the interior/ interior plastics.

Basically theres only 3 things i dont have info on how to remoce
1. the mighty and seemingly difficult dash.
2. the rear panel plastics to change the rear speakers
3. rear seats.

Any ideas guys?? confused

Also, when taking off a lot of teh panels, there are sometimes wires still connected and on the web pages i seen, an instruction 'disconnect wires' is given. Issit really that simple? like are all the connections just 'clip-on' or do you actually ave to cut the wire?

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2002 RED Toyota Celica
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2002 Toyota Celica

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Mar 9, 11:59pm - #48027 
ttt


i have the same question how do you remove the back plastics for the back speakers?????/

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Double_Ohh_GTS
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2000 Suzuka Blue Toyota Celica
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Mar 10, 1:03am - #48028 
it's not too difficult to take all the back lining out
you only need a 10mm socket wrench and a phillps head, and the front is pretty much the same...

wierd thing is when i took out the interior lining in the back of my carbon blue celi the frame was painted a dark green... anybody else know about that?

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DoeXing
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2001 carbon blue Toyota Celica GTS
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2001 Toyota Celica GTS

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Mar 10, 1:49am - #48029 
mines liek that too i wonder why ?

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2002 Toyota Celica

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Mar 10, 8:07am - #48030 
I've taken out my rear plastics quite a few times. This is the easiest way to do it.

1. Remove the rear hatch panel and work your way around, do both sides of the trunk. then go put down your back seats and use a 10mm socket and unsrew the sockets that are where the seats meat eachother and then unscrew the outter ones. then all you do is push down in the seats a little and they will slide out. then remove the metal brackets that are still connected to the side panels. remove the driver side door sill and passenger (if ur working on that side too) and then just pull the rear speaker plastics off. they are held on by some plastic pieces but they just pop off. its easy once you do it. just try. there isn't much to break


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