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2019/07/11 23:21:23 (permalink)

993 cabria rear trim removal

Need a little help chaps.
I have a 1996 993 cabrio and want to recover the rear interior trim panel which covers the front seat belts spool.
Not the panel that holds the speaker but the one that joints that to the door opening.
There is a screw at the top just below the press stud that the roof cover clips to but I can't see any other fixings and don't want to force it.
Any ideas ?
 
Geoff 
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Re: 993 cabria rear trim removal 2019/07/12 00:08:11 (permalink)
Ah ha!
It seems it cannot be removed, only re covered ?
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Re: 993 cabria rear trim removal 2019/07/17 12:42:31 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby 993C2EX 2019/07/17 14:43:07
Hi Geoff
 
Have a look in PET, the cabriolet parts are all in there ..
 
HTH, cheers, Maurice

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Re: 993 cabria rear trim removal 2019/07/17 14:44:11 (permalink)
Thanks Maurice,

Great resource, thanks for pointing me to that.....

Part number is a leather cover, the lock pillar is an integral steel panel that is just covered....
911 555 758 70 8YR

Cheers,

Geoff
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