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Rear 1/4 Trim

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by , Aug 19, 2002.

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    [Mar 29, 2004]
    How'd you get the rear 1/4 panel trim off on a 3dr A3? I've had a go pulling and pushing, but nothing moved and I'm worried that I'll f**k the whole panel!!

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    My whole experience cost me £11,000 to do 22,000 miles between 34,500 -> 56,500 in 15 months. That includes everything. It actually only cost me £6,000 taking away the cash I clawed back.

    I used it as a company car. Not the best move I grant you but why have a car and not use it daily! [​IMG] I wasn't light foot Larry either! [​IMG]

    I was 24 when I bought it and the insurance was £1580 with 4 years NCB. The next year (last year) with 5 years was £1295 + £250 Protection.

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    Hmmm, Not sure how good the speakers would look if I put them in with a hammer....... /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif
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    Nobody knows how to get to the speakers then?! /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/frown.gif
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    They are held on by a top row of clips and a side row of clips.

    I found pulling the side near the door first and then the row below the rear window next is the best method.

    There have been several posts about removing trim, but they are in the I.C.E. section.
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