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j-mann

01 Cab pop-up roll over bar cover / int trim removal

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I have a 2001 Carrera Cab. The rear piece that covers the pop-up roll bars is loose on the driver side. I have accessed an online repair manual that says to remove the interior rear trim behind the rear seat backs.

The manual says to simply remove the two screws hold the trim panel and then "detach the auxilarry frame" (don't know what that means). Once the panel is out, I should be able to see the fasteners that hold the roll-over cover in place. Has any one had experience with removing this cover or the interior trim?

Any help appreciated,

Thanks

j-mann

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It seems like I need to remove the rear seat backs, then the rear seat back center mount, then the vertical rear panel and that should give me access to 2 screws for the cover that runs the whole width of the car. Does this sound about right - anyone done this?

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