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Rear Trunk carpet


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1999 Boxster, 30300 miles, tipronic tran

Can anyone offer info on how to remove the rear trunk carpet.

I thought it is glued down. A closer look tells me the carpet appears

clipped to the trunk body. Anyone have any tips or tricks for lifting

the carpet rather than the jerk and rip method.

Thanks for your help

Bob

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1999 Boxster, 30300 miles, tipronic tran

Can anyone offer info on how to remove the rear trunk carpet.

I thought it is glued down. A closer look tells me the carpet appears

clipped to the trunk body. Anyone have any tips or tricks for lifting

the carpet rather than the jerk and rip method.

Thanks for your help

Bob

Don't know if it is the same in a '99, but in my '04, there are four carpet pieces.

One lines the "floor" of the trunk

Two cover the left and right "ends"

And one covers the back

The "floor" on attaches with two plastic fastnerers, one on either side of the latch. You pry those out with your finger nail.

And the latch cover comes off with two screws, and then the thing lifts right out.

The end pices have a plastic nuts, and the rear piece has several of the plastic fasteners you pry off.

Like I say; not sure if the '99 is the same.

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1999 Boxster, 30300 miles, tipronic tran

Can anyone offer info on how to remove the rear trunk carpet.

I thought it is glued down. A closer look tells me the carpet appears

clipped to the trunk body. Anyone have any tips or tricks for lifting

the carpet rather than the jerk and rip method.

Thanks for your help

Bob

Don't know if it is the same in a '99, but in my '04, there are four carpet pieces.

One lines the "floor" of the trunk

Two cover the left and right "ends"

And one covers the back

The "floor" on attaches with two plastic fastnerers, one on either side of the latch. You pry those out with your finger nail.

And the latch cover comes off with two screws, and then the thing lifts right out.

The end pices have a plastic nuts, and the rear piece has several of the plastic fasteners you pry off.

Like I say; not sure if the '99 is the same.

Thanks for your help regarding the plastic clips.

I love this board - Help from FL for a guy in NV.

Bob

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