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Removing the logo panel in the door sill...

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It is held on with double sided tape. Try a combination of heat gun and dental floss. Then clean the residue with 3M adhesive remover.

Thanks Loren, do you happen to know if there is much room underneath it? Is it in a shallow depression or is it covering a hole?

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No, as I recall it is a painted surface like the rest of the door sill. Mark the location since once they are off and cleaned up you can't tell where they were.

Just had a look, mine is definately recessed, no idea how deep or what is underneath it though. I guess I'll have to have a go at it and see. I thought I remembered once upon a time seeing a picture of wiring running under there, maybe it was Ed's original cruise hack where he had to run wiring front to back.

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just replaced mine with the ally ones and its painted metal, no recess or wiring

hope that helps

I'm getting a bit confused so I just wanted to confirm I'm explaining myself clearly, when the door is open and you look down at the sill there is a plastic over and inset in to it (in my 03S anyway) is a rounded rectangle/oval piece about 10" long that says "Boxster S". It is recessed in to the plastic door sill, I can get my fingers in the gap around it but don't want to risk pulling it (yet!).

I'm a little confused as you and Loren both said it wasn't recessed, I can try and take a picture later. In understood that in a C4S this panel may be illuminated too, hence why I thought there may be wiring access underneath it.


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