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Pull really hard. They are stubborn at first, but once they are out, you can bend them to come off easier
 

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yeah just pull harder, they wont break, just make sure you pull straight or else youll bend the clips.

If you want to be reallllllly overly carful you can get a flat screwdriver and slowly take the trim off by hoding down the metal clip and pulling one end at a time. But you might not be done till christmas.
 

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Get a trim removal tool from Eastwood or somewhere like that for 12$ and it will make your life a million times easier.
 

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Get a trim removal tool from Eastwood or somewhere like that for 12$ and it will make your life a million times easier.
agreed, i went to harbor frieght and got a set for 5 bucks.
Nothing little muscle, a flat head, and a pair of needlenose pliers cant do
 

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man your all nuts

put your fingers where the connectors are and give a quick but firm tug.. you wont break shit. and if you do... stop taking apart your car...
that's all i did, lol
 

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Nothing little muscle, a flat head, and a pair of needlenose pliers cant do
yeah well I can take all the trim pieces out in less then 1 minute. How about you guys with your muscle? lol Plus I have no chance of scratching them since I use the appropriate tool.
 

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yeah well I can take all the trim pieces out in less then 1 minute. How about you guys with your muscle? lol Plus I have no chance of scratching them since I use the appropriate tool.
i had all mine out without tools in a minute, but that's because i know what i'm doing
 
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