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Old 07-25-2012, 05:19 PM   #1
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Interior trims/dash remevals

Hi guys, I'm installing new audio system in my car and I will be adding new wiring for it, as I will have amplifier in the back, so I need to bring wire from the front doors to the trunk. Can somebody tell me please how to remove these pieces of interior, as I want to bring the wire along the sides:





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Old 12-26-2012, 07:59 PM   #2
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the one toward the front might have one screw and two clips. maybe just two clips i forget. if you dont see a screw just pull it toward the drivers side of the car and it should pop off. after you get that off you can remove the lower trim piece by pushing the entire piece toward the front of the car. there are 4 white clips that are in the car body and that plastic piece your removing toward the rear has a single track on the bottom side that these 4 clips slide into. getting it completely off can be hard without breaking the track. take your time. im not sure how to do it properly this is just what i have done.
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