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    Exterior part diy?

    I attached a picture of a exterior part I'm trying to remove not sure what it's called but wanted to know if there is a diy for it or if anyone knows how to remove it


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    Instead of using the link to the pic that you're using, use the one marked "IMG" on the right side of the screen in Photobucket. That way it will post the picture instead of just a link. That should be called the sail panel. I haven't removed one on that year yet. I'm sure there are screws etc inside the interior under the headliner though.
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    remove the panel on the inside and you will see the screws holding it. I am not 100% but I also think you will need to remove the front A-pillar as well that is held on by screws on the bottom by the window
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    So not a quick job ok thought it was held on with clips was gonna pry it off lol

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    Yes, they're not clips.

    It's bolted through. I'm not sure what exactly has to be removed since I had all my interior out.

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    The rubber door molding has to be removed first. Behind that are 4-5 torx bit screws. Removed those, and next is very tricky. There is a metal channel that has to come out. That channel is thin metal and can bend very easy. Pull evenly back and forth until the metal channel comes out. When the channel is removed it will expose 4-5 more screw to remove the forward a pillar moldings. Don't forget the little bolt behind the door and fender. Once all the screws and bolts are removed. The from molding is held in with a couple metal snaps. Just pop it up and pull toward the out side edge of the car.

    Next go on the inside, you'll need a t50? Torx bit to remove the front seat belts uptop and the coat hanger piece out back. When your do that the interior piece he held in with plastic snaps. Pull on that try not to break them lol. And watch out for the rear defrost plug on the rear window.


    Now you can get to the 5 bolts holding the rear c pillar moldings in place. Undo to bolts loosely on a warm day cold weather has been know to crack the ends where the bolt screws into the c pillar. Place tape on the c pillar of have a buddy holding the molding so it doesn't fall and hit the ground. .



    To put back together just go in reverse.

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    Some have been know to be held in place with body glue to prevent wind noise and some haven't lol

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    Do i have to remove the part that goes all the way to the hood? Can I just remove the rear sail only?

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    No, the forward piece (a pillar moldings) snap into the rear c pillar. When I get home, I'll snap a picture of who they come together. I have spare pieces at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9838stang View Post
    No, the forward piece (a pillar moldings) snap into the rear c pillar. When I get home, I'll snap a picture of who they come together. I have spare pieces at home.

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