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Old 05-28-2018, 04:59 PM
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Any tips on removing the small bits of bodywork between the bottom of the A pillar and fender. Ive removed the two self tapping screws but theres something else holding them. Page 45 of the trim manual describes them as cowl top vent grill item 11.
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I believe there are some nuts that have to be accessed from inside the car. Remove the interior piece that has the windshield washer button and take a look inside the access holes.

I'm pretty sure I remembered seeing something in there when I had the dash out of my car...
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Thanks for the reply
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Here's what you are looking for I believe.
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Ah, perfect thanks
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