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Boot trim/sub removal

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by AndyMac, Feb 6, 2006.

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    [Feb 6, 2006]
    PaulS3, here's a pic showing the screw for the boot panel that's hdden by the rear speaker panel. You can get to it without completely removing the speaker panel:
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    Brilliant!

    Thanks for your help Andy. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/beerchug.gif
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    Thinking about it you won't be able to completely remove the boot trim as it hooks over the rear seat back locator but you should be able to pull it away enough to get to the sub.
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    [Feb 8, 2006]
    many thanks to Andy and Spuddie.

    I wouldnt have liked to takle this job without Andy's instructions.


    What an Absolute pig of a job, if you have bose/cd changer, and Sat nav/parking sensor electronics sat on top of the changer.


    Andy, i didnt need to take out that screw above, it would have been near on impossible to get to it. Luckily i had enough room to flap the boot side panel out the way, to get the changer/sub out.

    many thanks.

    Paul
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