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Old 12-31-2003, 21:22   #1 (permalink)
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problems with geting door trim lock button

hey guy

i took my door trims off my EB2 S and now i can't get the button things that pop up when you unlock ya car to go back on properly how the hell do you get them back in ???
if ya don't know what im talking about i'll post a pic

cheers guys

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Old 12-31-2003, 22:04   #2 (permalink)
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Re: problems with geting door trim lock button

From my understanding and problems I had, it goes like this,

set the doors so the rod is in its locked position ie. down.
Use pliers to pull the little plastic clip out rom inside the button.so its open and just hanging out of the bottom of the button. then place it on top of the rod and bash it with ur hand so it sits flat with the trim.

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Re: problems with geting door trim lock button

I dont think you've pulled the clip inside the lock button out.
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Re: problems with geting door trim lock button

Sounds like it to me.
They are a real pain in the ass of a design.
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Re: problems with geting door trim lock button

Yeah pull the plastic thing out fully and slam it home with the snippet in the locked position.
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Thats the way i do it.
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