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Old 01-26-2013, 11:35 AM   #71
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I'm doing my rear shocks. Anyone know how to remove the rear right interior panel in the trunk? I can't get the rear round plastic net carriage holder off
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:42 AM   #72
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Nvm got it. Wow what a pain!
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I'm doing my rear shocks. Anyone know how to remove the rear right interior panel in the trunk? I can't get the rear round plastic net carriage holder off
how do you remove it? i just ordered Sportlines and also have a hatch.
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I have read through all of this thread. but I have 17s with 225/50/17s, should i have any rubbing problems?
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I have read through all of this thread. but I have 17s with 225/50/17s, should i have any rubbing problems?
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I'm doing my rear shocks. Anyone know how to remove the rear right interior panel in the trunk? I can't get the rear round plastic net carriage holder off
I'm glad you got it figured out. However, I don't recall needing to pull off this panel for the rear shock. You should be able to remove the rear shock from inside the fender well.
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How did you unbolt the top of the shock to remove it and slide the Eibach pieces on?
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I'm glad you got it figured out. However, I don't recall needing to pull off this panel for the rear shock. You should be able to remove the rear shock from inside the fender well.
I didn't need to remove it either. It unbolted from the inside the wheel well. 2 bolts.
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I didn't need to remove it either. It unbolted from the inside the wheel well. 2 bolts.
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Weird. I very much doubt it is different on the 2013 but from what I remember I was sure I wasn't able to remove the interior trim without removing that piece.
It ended up coming out by pushing and twisting
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