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Itsonlymedave

Interior Colour Change.

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I am thinking about spraying all the silver trim on my interior piano black,and was wondering how the silver trim comes off the front door cards and the steering wheel?

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From the door card handles get plastic trim remover and lever behind the top and just pull hard but gentle all the wy down don't be afraid...

The steering wheel I believe is held on with torx 25 screws x2 from the back an you have to pull it out and downward to remove fully hope it helps !!

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Thanks for your post.

That helps a lot,are the door strips clipped on or are they glued on?

Once i have them off how would I reattach them once painted?

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No they are just clips mate and they will just push back into correct position once painted do before and after picture please I'm thinking of this but I might leave a thin silver line around the edge of mine ??

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Cheers mate.

Will be doing it over the weekend if I get time,so will post before and after pics.

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No worries and ok awesome :)

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Can't seem to find how to get the silver bits off the steering wheel to paint.

Can anyone help with a how to please?

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gently prise it out with a flat head screwdriver, gently but firmly work your way around the outer edge.

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Cheers that's perfect :)

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