Rear Deck Surface disassembly

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Rear Deck Surface disassembly

Postby xgecko » Thu Mar 28, 2013 9:58 am

I need to pull out the rear deck surface trim so I can carefully cut holes for speakers. I have the rear seat out and notice that there are some fasteners visible from inside the trunk but it is not very clear just how this all comes apart.

From what I can tell a few of you have disassembled this so can anyone give me any tips about what to do and what not to do and specifically how to release the center section I need to gain access to?

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