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Old Fri, Oct-12-2018, 10:27:39 PM   #1
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Default Rear deck removal

Iíve searched for a rear deck removal guide, many if not all no longer have photos available and removed it so easily... I thought I have removed everything but it still seems stuck on something, the C pillars maybe or the vent in the back. Seeking advice on how to move forward, thanks




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there's a screw under the HK amp area.
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there's a screw under the HK amp area.

So I need to remove the amp and then a screw under that?


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yes i believe so.

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yes i believe so.


Found it, but still with any kind of movement, the C pillars seem attached?


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remove the c-pillar and lights.
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remove the c-pillar and lights.


That was it thanks


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Ending up breaking some clips in the C pillars though, damn you sun rot and age


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