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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Removing and installing trim panel

  Note
Removal and installation are described for the trim panel on driver side. Follow same instructions for the front passenger side as appropriate.
Removing
–  Remove rear door trim → Chapter.
   
–  Using an appropriate drill bit, drill mounting points -2- of trim panel -1- off door trim, but just until trim panel starts to detach from door trim.
  Caution
The door trim must not be damaged when drilling.
–  Carefully release mounting points -2- one after the other and remove trim panel -1- from door trim.

Removing and installing trim panel
 

Installing
Clamping washers near trim panel: qty. 7, 17 mm Ч 7.5 mm. Allocation → Electronic Parts Catalogue
Clamping washers near inner door handle: qty. 6, 13.4 mm Ч 6 mm. Allocation → Electronic Parts Catalogue
   
–  Insert new trim panel -1- into door trim.
–  Press clamping washers -2- as far as stop onto pins -3- of trim panel.
–  Press remaining clamping washers onto pins of trim panel near inner door handle as described.
–  Cut back pins -3- of trim panel above clamping washers -2- to max. 2 mm beyond washers.
–  Install rear door trim → Chapter.

Removing and installing trim panel

Removing and installing rear door trim
  Note Removal and installation is described for the rear door trim on driver side. Follow same instructions for the front passenger side as appropriate. ...

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