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Has anyone removed the trim from their A pillar yet? I have to take mine off to mount a phone holder to it.

I'm pretty sure it just pulls straight off, held on by spring clips no doubt. But before I break a $250 part I figured I might try to find someone with more experience than me which should not be hard as I have ZERO.

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Thanx Hobbes. Unfortunately, the 991 is a little different than the 996/997 cars but I suspect the mounting system is pretty similar. You have to be careful with the new cars as the Audi influence has taken over a lot of the construction details and techniques. As an example the gas door mechanism is totally Audi. The oil filter housing design is totally Audi. This is not a bad thing at all. The new car has a jewel like quality missing from the older cars. The interior design is much more cohesive

ala Audi. But, the car goes ala PORSCHE!

 

Just finished talking to the guys at Sound in Motion and they told me just to slip a plactic spatula in at the top and pop it straight outwards then up out of the dash.

Will give it a try tonight.

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