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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 04-04-2008, 10:16 AM Thread Starter
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Requesting DIY on removal of interior trim

I know i saw it before, maybe before the crash? anyone still have it or could post one up? trying to paint my this weekend.

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sorry i didnt do a DIY but i did gut the interior to paint it...







let me know if you need help taking certain parts off....the main pain in the ass is the seat belt bolts...gm used thread lock and they're a ***** to take off..

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Yea, the seatbelt bolts are a pain. I finally had to use an airgun to get mine off


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aint trying to go that far, not yet anyway. Just looking to get the interior trim around the radio and the window switch.

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I'd do a whole DYI for ya but I just got all mine back in.

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Cough cough....https://www.yourcobalt.com/forums/ins...tml#post153314....Not that Im a mod anymore but thought I would share...lol

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Lol, can solve that nugz, just gotta post the DIY here after someone finds it. I remember seeing it on the old site before the crash. Guess no one has it. Duff if you can tell me how to just take em out that'd be fine. pictures would help but just knowing how to get em out without breakin something is what im going for. Going to buy the paint and what not today.

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Lol, can solve that nugz, just gotta post the DIY here after someone finds it.
No biggie at all man...Sometimes I come here and try to fix posts but then I realize that Im not a mod anymore...lol...Old habits die hard.

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not to get off topic or anything but why are you in the dog house w/ admin? or did you just finally get tired of locking threads w/ mis information on them

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There isnt a beef or anything between myself and Admin. I chose to give up my mod position cause my views are very different when it comes to the abilities that a mod should have. Brian is a great guy that runs a great site with great people. It was just a personal decision of mine.

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