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carpet removal

Discussion in 'Tech Archive (No Posting)' started by gibz4, Jan 30, 2010.



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  1. gibz4

    gibz4 New Member 5+ Year Member

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    i've got the carpet loose.. my only problem is the dead pedal. I can't seem to get it out!!! What's the technique?

    Also how do i get the carpet around the center console out... the one around the support member behind where the radio is..

    thanks
     
  2. 1FastEX1994

    1FastEX1994 ^ROFLcopter Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

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    hammer? lol
    screwdriver?
     
  3. Steven.

    Steven. Formally Green 91 Registered VIP Registered OG 5+ Year Member 10+ Year Member

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    you need to pry the pad out with a screwdriver.

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    as for center console part, either cut a slit or unbolt the brackets.
     
  4. gibz4

    gibz4 New Member 5+ Year Member

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    thanks, i couldn't tell that there was a plastic cover over the screws.. thought it was just one solid piece..
     


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