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Rear Parcel Shelf Access

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My coupe has developed a rattle in the rear parcel shelf. When I press on it against the carpet at the lower part under the window I can hear it click and feel it move. But I can't figure out how to get at it. I've searched for "rear shelf", "rear parcel shelf" and bunch of other terms without finding any mention. Surely it's not that difficult to get to it? Help!

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Your noise might be caused by a broken clip or a loose piece of wire behind the rear wall panel (the horizontal panel below the rear window). It is is part # 997 555 081 00 and is held in by 4 or 5 metal clips (aka "fixing clips"). If you can get a tool or your fingertips under the lower edge of the panel, then you can pull out the panel. Don't be surprised if one or two clips break. Replacement clips only cost ~$2 each.

Take a look at this link: http://www.autoatlan...5-08/807-05.php

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