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Old May 25th, 2003, 03:02 PM   #1
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Instructions for removing the center console carpet trim pieces?

What can I say? I don't want to just try yanking on them.

I need to remove the carpet trim piece(s) on the center console to route my audio cable for my iPod from the back of the head unit. I was fiddling with the carpet trim last night, and decided that I wanted to ask before I justed pulled on them.

I've swiped Tom M's photo of the trim panel(s) to help clarify what I'm talking about (thanks Tom!).

Admittedly, I didn't really try last night. Do they just pull out? Are they simple to put back it. It has been so long since I've taken apart any part of my Boxster (or watched anyone else) that I'm wary of breaking the attachment points for the trim pieces.



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Old May 25th, 2003, 04:11 PM   #2
Tom M (Sunol, CA)
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Just give it a good tug and it will come off.

It's a bit more tricky to put back on as things need to be all lined up. Once it's all lined up properly just give it a good rap at the end of the carpet and it will snap back into place. Really
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