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question about some interior trim removal

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its a 2003 C2 cabriolet. i want to remove:

* driver side a-piller (i think this one is simple - two torx screws by sunvisor?)

* driver side air vent cover (how do i remove light switch?)

* trim that goes from interior light switch to driver side a-piller

* trim under steering wheel? (where your knees touch)

basically i want to run the V1 cable under all these items instead of trying to tuck it into them (not as clean of an install as i'd like)

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I think all of that has been covered here if you use search ;)

I an not sure what trim under the steering wheel you are talking about... the big piece is of part of the whole dash and doesn't come out (unless you remove the whole dash).

heh... working for an internet search company you'd think i out of all people would have a clue.

a-pillar: http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=4958

air vens: http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?s...amp;#entry14785

the only thing i am not sure about is the trim which goes from dome light to the a-pillar.

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HELP. SOS. I cant remove the trim that goes between the dome lights and a-pillar. it looks like the hook where sun visors clip-in is firmly in place. dont want to break it. any suggestions? please? pretty please? i look retarded sitting my car all taken apart in the driveway :)

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Have a little patience some cab owner will likely help you out...

heh... patience? whats that? :P

anyways, i put things back together. hopefully somebody knows the answer. you telling me you dont? oh no, my world is collapsing. my hero has fallen. :-) :-) :-)

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I don't own a cab and have never taken one off. I suspect it comes off the same as the coupe - by pulling towards the rear of the car.

but it just seems like that piece where sun visor clips into was stopping it. it has some wires going to it also (i think its +12v for sun visor lights)

but you could be right. i might just not have pulled hard enough - was afraid to break it of course.

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