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Can anyone tell me how to remove the plastic trim piece that encases the rear seat belt tensioner on my 2004 996 Targa?  I found/removed the screw at the very back that's under the rearmost piece of carpet.  There's a clip or something else closer to the front of the car that's still holding it in place though, and I can't see it.  I don't want to just start pulling and break it...

 

 

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Sometimes the parts catalog can give some clues. I have not taken that apart.....yet.

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Thanks!  Looks like there may be another screw behind the speaker grille...  I'll check now and report back.

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That did it!  Thank you again!
(Also, it's a fake speaker grille back there. WTF?)
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Haha. Figures.
Glad that helped.


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