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      04-15-2012, 08:12 AM   #1
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Question rear center trim removal

Hi everyone,

I need some help on getting the e92 pre-LCI rear center trim removed as I can't find a tutorial on this...

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Take two poker cards and fit them in between the trim. Take a flat head and put it in between the two cards and carefully pry out. Then take it out with your fingers. It's very easy!
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Take two poker cards and fit them in between the trim. Take a flat head and put it in between the two cards and carefully pry out. Then take it out with your fingers. It's very easy!
is there any photos? or any DIY guide somewhere?? I can't find one
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Best thread I could find. The stuff literally pulls out. Do not be afraid, just cover a flat head screw driver and pry it apart gently.
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Best thread I could find. The stuff literally pulls out. Do not be afraid, just cover a flat head screw driver and pry it apart gently.
yeah that's what i found as well..will try it in the next couple of days and if success...i will post a DIY later
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