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Remove Rear Seat Plastic Trim

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hey folks, just folded up my rear seats for the first time and its not pleasant under there! gave it a hoover but want to wipe down the metal etc.

i need to remove the plastic trim inside the door and cant get it off. I can unseat it but what look like push bolts are holding them on. i don't want to pull them just incase!

pics below what i mean. any ideas?

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Anyone? I have the same problem with my 2006 wagon. Also would like to know how if A-pillar covers will just come off with pulling (fully and not just hanging them there dashboard side still attached).

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i got it myself finally. they just pull out making sure you keep equal force all around it.

the A pillar just pulls off, I've done that a few times. start from the top and there are a few push bolts holding it that just pull out. once you have them out it should easily come away from the dash but you might need to twist it slightly

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i got it myself finally. they just pull out making sure you keep equal force all around it.

the A pillar just pulls off, I've done that a few times. start from the top and there are a few push bolts holding it that just pull out. once you have them out it should easily come away from the dash but you might need to twist it slightly

Thank you.

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pull pull pull it takes a bit of force the first time round just dont bend anything too far but everything just pops off the bin part in question pull toward you and the centre plastic stud will pop out it can be a pain getting it back in again but a philips screwdriver and a persuasive push does the job.

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