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    2002 C4S
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    1987 Carrera Targa
  1. 2. this is the tricky part. keep gently pulling on the upper section with one hand so it does not snap back into the hole and put the pliers into the lower lug and pinch it. Pull up gently on the lower section, you should hear & feel it snap up. 3. Now tilt the whole hinge toward the back of the car, it should pivot up & out. I wish I had some picture to help you see how this is done, but I hope this helps.
  2. Easiest way to remove the fuel door without breaking or scratching anything is to use a mini pair of longnose needle nose pliers. "Not a Screwdriver". I was able to remove the fuel door hinge in about 30 seconds. use the pliers to pinch the locking lugs. 1.Stick the pliers into the upper section A and pinch the lugs while pulling up slightly. You will hear & feel the upper section of the hinge pull up slightly (about 1/8" inch)
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