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Old 02-13-2013, 08:08 PM   #51
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Here's my door trim pieces. Painted them sonic blue! This was actually the first mod I did, if I recall correctly.
not pickin on you, i think it looks pretty good, but it looks like you got some orange peel there... you should have done some color sanding and polishing to get rid of it.
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Old 02-13-2013, 09:48 PM   #52
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So I just noticed when I got into my car this morning that my door trim was slightly popped out, I went to see if I could snap it back in and it seems I broke the clip that goes into the front...Anyone recommended either a good glue that might hold it back in place or have or know if I could buy a new trim for just that door....I have attached a picture for you to see as well...Any advise would be greatly appreciated...

I did the same thing on my door when replacing the speaker. I left mine and it has not gone anywhere. If you want to replace it, I beleive there is a part number molded into it if you remove it and look. Probably not too pricey to replace one would hope.
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Old 02-13-2013, 10:22 PM   #53
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Its not that that bad but would bother me too.

Best best would be to buy the new handle and trim
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So I just noticed when I got into my car this morning that my door trim was slightly popped out, I went to see if I could snap it back in and it seems I broke the clip that goes into the front...Anyone recommended either a good glue that might hold it back in place or have or know if I could buy a new trim for just that door....I have attached a picture for you to see as well...Any advise would be greatly appreciated...

Driver side is @ $12+ from Tousley, passenger side is @ $26+

Driver side P/N CV6Z*14524*AA
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Old 02-14-2013, 04:48 PM   #55
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Driver side is @ $12+ from Tousley, passenger side is @ $26+

Driver side P/N CV6Z*14524*AA
Thanks for the feedback...I might be wrong but wouldn't I need the finished trim not the switch bezel, since the clip broke off the gray trim, and how do I know what color I am choosing, I assume I would need nebula, since I do believe that is a gray of some sort...
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Old 02-17-2013, 01:12 PM   #56
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Gauge removal

http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/s...97#post4592997

And how it looks now.





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Old 02-18-2013, 08:12 AM   #57
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So I just noticed when I got into my car this morning that my door trim was slightly popped out, I went to see if I could snap it back in and it seems I broke the clip that goes into the front...Anyone recommended either a good glue that might hold it back in place or have or know if I could buy a new trim for just that door....I have attached a picture for you to see as well...Any advise would be greatly appreciated...

Mine does that too. I didn't even remove anything. Lucky for me it doesn't bother me. :P
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Old 02-22-2013, 02:51 AM   #58
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My left side piece next to the fan speed isn't going back in all the way :(
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My left side piece next to the fan speed isn't going back in all the way :(
Mine did the same. I pulled it out and tried again
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Mine did the same. I pulled it out and tried again
Was it the corner one or the middle one? I kept trying, I think it bent under and it was midnight so I gave up.

Here it is tho:

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