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CelicaRacer05
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CelicaRacer05 Nov 12, 5:03am - #59814 

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How to Remove Trunk Plastic (area picture included)

I am trying to put a premade sub box in and i need to remove the plastic around the sides of the trunk, specificly what holds up the trunk cover and what is around the rear wheel wells. Here is a picture of the areas im trying to remove.
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Steven
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Steven Nov 12, 5:06am - #59815 
2001 Spectra Blue Mica Toyota Celica GTS
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the front edge of the side trunk plastics are held on by 2 plastic screws which will be hidden with the back seats in their upright locked position. Those plastic screws will need to be removed so the plastic panel can be popped off.
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ev3
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ev3 Nov 12, 1:28pm - #59816 

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hmmmm i dont have the exact link but Satoshi's site has a step by step guide on pretty much how to dismantle the entire car
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tempest
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tempest Nov 12, 2:31pm - #59817 

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i think this is what he is talking about

trunk removal
http://plaza.umin.ac.jp/~satoshi/mod0A4en.html

site
http://plaza.umin.ac.jp/~satoshi/indexmoden.htm

hopefully this helps you
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ev3
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ev3 Nov 12, 4:15pm - #59818 

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yep thats wat im talking about. That site is awesome..so much info!
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