They'll just drop out. If not, remove and refit and then they'll drop out.
On 26/5/05 12:17 AM, in article BEBAC610.5AB7email@example.com, "Hamish
Alker-Jones" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'll look at mine and get back to you on that.
> From memory there was no dramas, once I knew what to do, I,e,!
> On 16/5/05 12:47 PM, in reference to
> email@example.com, going by the name of "Armchair
> observer" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote the following:
>> Upon closer inspection, it looks as though the lower mudguard rivets
>> hold the S70 side trim on as well. What I don't understand is how to
>> get the interior remnants of the rivets out if I drill them out. What
>> will keep them from rattling inside the car?
>> On Fri, 13 May 2005 11:01:35 +1000, Hamish Alker-Jones
>> <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> Its up to you what you use, but I like to use speed nuts and metal self
>>> tapper (though it is superfluous) with a spring steel washer under the head,
>>> so I can remove it when ever with out having to drill.
>>> On 12/5/05 1:23 AM, in article firstname.lastname@example.org,
>>> "Armchair observer" <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>> I've got a loose front mud guard on my 98 S70, and I could use some
>>>> advice on repairing it. The plastic guard has torn away from two of
>>>> the pop rivets that secure it. Is this something I can fix myself if I
>>>> buy the right Volvo fasteners?