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How to: Remove Your Interior Trim to Mod.

Just a quick little video on how to remove your trim and dash pieces.
I would've liked to see something like this when I was starting out doing mods to my car.
Figured I'd post it for other noobs like me. [plus I told someone I'd do this for them]

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good job...me too. i know exactly how you feel. i could've used that myself. haha. we all gotta start out some where. thank you for taking time out to do this.... *thumbs up*

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good job...me too. i know exactly how you feel. i could've used that myself. haha. we all gotta start out some where. thank you for taking time out to do this.... *thumbs up*
Hey, this is no problem! Anything to help the Cobalters out there.
Gotta love doing new stuff to your car, ya know?
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oh yeah. i love the feeling of doing it myself. like take pride in what i can do, what i know.

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Nice how-to! is there supposed to be sound on the video?



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Nice how-to! is there supposed to be sound on the video?
No, there isn't, i just didnt talk. Not much to explain, pretty self explanatory.
Your speakers aren't broken.
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That means our cars a totally plastic, very plastic. I would like to see a video on how to remove the door panels, there is a topic on how to pictures, but I am still quite not mentally prepared to take them out. Can someone do a short video? Will appreciate.
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That means our cars a totally plastic, very plastic. I would like to see a video on how to remove the door panels, there is a topic on how to pictures, but I am still quite not mentally prepared to take them out. Can someone do a short video? Will appreciate.
Yeah I feel ya. That would be great if someone could do a video on taking
the door panels off.

[I'm not completely sure how to do that yet.] Although, I haven't researched it either...
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very nice vid my man. i like how you struggle a little with the glove box trim lmao.

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very nice vid my man. i like how you struggle a little with the glove box trim lmao.
Thanks, yeah sometimes that glove box trim takes an extra pull for some reason.
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