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B pillar trim removal

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by Greeny233, Jul 21, 2012.

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    Does anyone here know how to remove the B pillar (the one between the front and rear doors) piano black trim. I want to give it the carbon effect look and it'll be a better/easier job if I can remove it.

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    Thanks Sandra, but no guide on there for removing the trim. I will have to use a bit of trial and error and hope I don't do to much error :)
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    Fancy taking some pics to do a wee guide on it cos Im sure a few others would find it usefull (mainly me lol)
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    Yeah I was just about to yank mine off and do the same!
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    Yep, I'll give it ago and take some pics. Hoping there is one in the local scrap yard that I can do a trial removal on before breaking mine :)
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    Right, no need for pictures really, removing the B pillar trims is simples.
    Open front and rear door and at the base of the trim is a plastic cover this just lifts off (lift with a screwdriver from the bottom). Under this plastic cover is two torx bolts, undo the two torx bolts and slide the trim down off a plastic clip at the top and that's it.
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    Sounds easy :)
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    It is easy, literally child's play. Took me about 2 minutes to remove each one.
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    When you say (lift with a screwdriver from the bottom) do you lift it up to the roof or towards yourself cheers
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    Towards yourself, if you have nails you can most probably do away with the screw drive, there is just one little pin holding the plastic cover on
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    Bump.

    Do you know how the smaller rear triangle by the rear windows is held on, did you cover this also?

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