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Old 07-01-14, 02:27 PM   #1
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Can someone help me put this piece back? It fell off and I have no idea how to get it back on. It wont stay at all... I think there might be a piece that's broken .. Any recommendations?


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Old 07-01-14, 06:51 PM   #2
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Are there any plastic clips on this piece that might have broken?
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Old 07-01-14, 09:03 PM   #3
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I took that part off and put it back in quite a few times. It's hard to make it stay put. Unless something is broken, you can line up the clips with the holes and use your hand as a hammer to hammer it back in by the clips.
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I didn't notice anything specific broken... but the clips has these black rubber gunk thing that's kinda glued onto it. I think maybe it used to be something that was attached to the end of the clip that help keeps it in place thats gone now.
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This is the black rubber part that I am talking about thats attached to the part I believe clips in so it would stay.
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I might be talking out of my butt, but when I removed mine earlier in the week for the footwell mod, there were 4 clips in the front and 2 points in the back that held it taught. Are the two points in the rear still there?
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I think that looks fine -- if I remember right. Just need to line them up and punch them in. I don't remember the back, but there should be something there ...
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It's like two prongs or something that I can stick into the hole but its just that when I try to punch it in the top... those four clips in the front won't stay in the slots
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