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Roof antenna

Discussion in 'Volkswagen and other VAG' started by naish, Jun 23, 2003.

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    [Jun 23, 2003]
    Hello, I would like to put an antenna on the roof of my Golf III. Therefor I have to remove the inside part of the roof. To remove that part I have to remove those plastic side panels (on the inside of the car). I removed the screws, but the panels seem to be attached with another system also.

    Does anybody knows how to detach those? Can I just pull very hard? Or is there a system?

    Thnx
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    [Oct 20, 2003]
    probably just pull hard, but carefully so as not to snap the panels (thats if your sure theres no more screws).
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    [Nov 20, 2003]
    I always left mine off. I preferred the longer travel on the throttle which meant you could be more accurate with it.

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    When Elliot says that it opens the airbox earlier, is this just because the throttle is operated mor equickly or does it actually operate at an earlier point in the induction process?

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    I've done some experiments and it does seem to open it earlier in the induction process with Sport Mode On. Anyone concur?
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