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Old 08-23-2013, 05:38 AM   #1
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How do I take this off?

PITA do I just rip it off? Or is there like a bolt I can unscrew??
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I still need help with that but im working on it. So I took out the part you sit on and look what I found guys! A paint brush and is that a spark plug?? Lol
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There is a star screw under the plastic cap. The plastic cap will just pop off. Be gentle with it lol.
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Well I got the black thing off. I understand theres a screw that pulls it off but idc about the seatbelt I want the plastic thing underneath the seatbelt holder. That just pops off? Or what? Thank you for helping.
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Can u take another pic of the part ur wanting? Once u take the screw out, the rest of the black plastic will come out. Does that make sense? U have the base of the black plastic piece mounted to the car, the seatbelt screwed through it and then the black plastic cover snapped on top.

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This is the picture that went with the second post
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Old 08-23-2013, 06:55 AM   #7
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Can u take another pic of the part ur wanting? Once u take the screw out, the rest of the black plastic will come out. Does that make sense? U have the base of the black plastic piece mounted to the car, the seatbelt screwed through it and then the black plastic cover snapped on top.

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This. How do I get to the screw?
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Babahahaaha. Dude, that brush, a little pair thinner and it's good as new!

Is that a red spoon? U gotta beginners Magiver (or however u spell that guys name) kit over there?

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U will have to completely remove the front one first.

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Pop off the plastic cover off that is directly on the seatbelt.
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Babahahaaha. Dude, that brush, a little pair thinner and it's good as new!

Is that a red spoon? U gotta beginners Magiver (or however u spell that guys name) kit over there?

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U will have to completely remove the front one first.

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Pop off the plastic cover off that is directly on the seatbelt.
Alrite I got it lol that was too easy. Now for a beginner question. This bolt next to the paint brush takes off the top part of the seat yes?...sooo do I turn the ratchet left or right? And it is 10 mm yes?
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Righty tighty, lefty loosey. Lol. I can't see what ur talkin about lol. R u gonna remove the seat as one unit.

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If 10 mm fits it and doesn't slip, roll with it.
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Righty tighty, lefty loosey. Lol. I can't see what ur talkin about lol. R u gonna remove the seat as one unit.

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If 10 mm fits it and doesn't slip, roll with it.
Well I guess not. Haha after a long time trying to find a 10mm, I got that bolt out...its next to the rear seat belt. Now I need to find the other one(s)!
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There should just be one holding the seatbelt to the floor, unless they changed in some of the models. It will be a pain to get to with the seat in place.
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Old 08-23-2013, 08:31 AM   #13
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There should just be one holding the seatbelt to the floor, unless they changed in some of the models. It will be a pain to get to with the seat in place.
Yes I took the seat out and am currently trying to do what you said...this isnt as fun as i thought it would be...
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Yes I took the seat out and am currently trying to do what you said...this isnt as fun as i thought it would be...
I think silver horse racing has full instructions and pics of what you are removing (for their quarter window louvers).
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Are you trying to gut out the rear?
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Old 08-23-2013, 09:34 AM   #16
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Are you trying to gut out the rear?
You were on that thread where he painted the interior. Im taking out all the parts and doing that.
I've took out all the stuff on the passenger side just gotta drive and get the paint stuff.
Have you done this?

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I think silver horse racing has full instructions and pics of what you are removing (for their quarter window louvers).
Thank you but I got it out.
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Well since you guys are active, let me just make sure I have everything.

I need:
Dupli color vinyl and fabric.
A clear top coat.
Dupli color import auto spray(for the hard plastic).
Is there anything else I need?
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Yeah I've taken the whole rear interior out. Never painted it though
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Old 08-24-2013, 01:53 AM   #19
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Well I've painted a few and I'm just getting the rest out. So how do I disconnect the cigarette?
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I would like to get this thing out before 5. So if anyone has any advice it would help.
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Sorry brother, I don't mean to keep abandoning u.

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Did u get that lighter out?
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Sorry brother, I don't mean to keep abandoning u.

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Did u get that lighter out?
Oh lol yes I just got it out. And don't worry about it man I just ask for fast help ill figure it out eventually. Buut since you're here how do I get out these things? Do I need to take out the dash? Can I just pull on them?
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On the door post, there are a couple of screws under the dash if in not mistaken. It's probably the same way on the other piece too. Sorry bro, never took mine down that far lol.
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The pillars come off just by pulling them. Careful though you can break clips. I have and it just sits loosely. And the kick panel has one clip on it I think and they you pull it out
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The pillars come off just by pulling them. Careful though you can break clips. I have and it just sits loosely. And the kick panel has one clip on it I think and they you pull it out
Thank you guys! I got those two things off but I need more paint. So I need to go to the store...but I think I pulled my emergency brake up too far and now I can't get it down. its also pretty rusted but, still. Ill probably need to replace it...but I think thats all I need to take out, so thank you guys for all the help! I'll ask if I need anything else.
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Thank you guys! I got those two things off but I need more paint. So I need to go to the store...but I think I pulled my emergency brake up too far and now I can't get it down. its also pretty rusted but, still. Ill probably need to replace it...but I think thats all I need to take out, so thank you guys for all the help! I'll ask if I need anything else.
No problem! Haha for the e brake, just get in your back seat, pull with force while pressing the button and you'll get it down
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No problem! Haha for the e brake, just get in your back seat, pull with force while pressing the button and you'll get it down
Lol I tried that but its hard to do with no seats! I took a hammer and hit the button until it stayed down long enough to pull down. I now have 7 new cans of paint and will post pics when I get done! Would you recommend spraying the back seats if no ones gonna sit in them?
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Lol I tried that but its hard to do with no seats! I took a hammer and hit the button until it stayed down long enough to pull down. I now have 7 new cans of paint and will post pics when I get done! Would you recommend spraying the back seats if no ones gonna sit in them?
Nice! Or you can just take them out and use carpet over cardboard for a decent rear seat delete. Your sears ate leather right? The paint will crack over time
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Nice! Or you can just take them out and use carpet over cardboard for a decent rear seat delete. Your sears ate leather right? The paint will crack over time
No they're vinyl...or cloth..im not sure, but as a DD I know the leather will crack any way. And sometimes people do sit back there but its been a month since that happened so are you saying it is ok to spray the back seats?
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It's okay but it will crack
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It's okay but it will crack
I thought that was just for leather?

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Would dyeing it be better?
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Quick question: the primer is supposed to be noticeable when you spray it on there right??
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When u spray it on fabric, it's just gonna get soaked right up.
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Thanks guys! I would be done but the humidity has been too high. But I need to replace what I thought was called the door bezel but I don't think thats what its called. So what are these called? They hold the window and door lock buttons.
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I was trying to use car-parts.com and rockauto.com but I dont know the name of the part..
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