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I just purchased a hardtop for my 996. It had apparently sat in storage for a while and a few dead bugs and other debris collected between the glass and the parcel shelf. The space is too narrow for my fingers. I have cleaned the majority of the debris with a microfiber towel folded over a spatula. However for a more thorough cleaning I would like to remove the parcel shelf. How do I remove the shelf? I have released the pins on the plastic trim and the parcel shelf but it still is attached in some less obvious way. Thanks!

Greg

2001 996 cabriolet

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I have a 2008 Cab with a hardtop and have all the rattles others have described. I have lubed with limited results. Now I need to remove the trim to fix the broken or rubbing clips. Noted a 14 page manual to do this work. Please email it to me before I go nuts. Porsche needs to get rid of all those plastic fittings and clips and return to making a car again.

op@poticha.net

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19 minutes ago, jabcas said:

Does anyone know where I can purchase replacement plastic clips for my hardtop? Right now the interior panels are removed because half the clips are broken.

 

:welcomeani:

 

If you are talking about items 22 and 23 they are about $1.00 each from your local dealer. You would need 8 of each.

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