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Good day all,

I noticed during the last couple of weeks that the speaker in my driver door is dead (probably a loose wire somewhere). To get to the speaker, I will need to remove the plastic door cover.

Has anyone done this, and if so, how did you do it to not damage the paintwork? Is it attached to the doorframe with those plastic clips?

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Zchnygg said:
http://workshop-manuals.com/volkswagen/up/body/general_body_repairs_interior/trim_noise_insulation/door_trims/removing_and_installing_rear_door_trim/removing_and_installing_door_trim/
Shot a lot ... thanks man!
 

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Agree; I'm looking to hard wire in a dash cam when I take receipt in September - 'a pillar' trim removal needed and sourced and noted from the link. Great help!
 

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Any tips on what to use as a wedge? Screwdriver does more damage than that it helps :S
Better spending a few quid on trim removal tools like these.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/7Pcs-Auto-Car-Dash-Trim-Door-Panel-Audio-Stereo-Install-Removal-Open-Tools-UK-/192181385238?_trksid=p2385738.m4383.l4275.c10

I have just used them to remove my door trim. Also have a look at the images in earlier post regarding loosening the bottom bolt, and you have to push trim forward and away from a catch. Took me about ten minutes.
Here is the link again from an earlier post.
http://workshop-manuals.com/volkswagen/up/body/general_body_repairs_interior/trim_noise_insulation/door_trims/removing_and_installing_rear_door_trim/removing_and_installing_door_trim/

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Yes, thank you. Everything is closed here for xmas, so no chance to buy anything.I managed to get the pabel off using a wooden spatula:



It did need lots of force, resulting in 1 clip coming loose and 1 clip being broken:



Not sure where I can get those, anybody happens to know the part number? I see that there are lots of (VAG) clips that almost look alike. Again, shops are closed...
 

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Oppermii said:
Yes, thank you. Everything is closed here for xmas, so no chance to buy anything.I managed to get the pabel off using a wooden spatula:



It did need lots of force, resulting in 1 clip coming loose and 1 clip being broken:



Not sure where I can get those, anybody happens to know the part number? I see that there are lots of (VAG) clips that almost look alike. Again, shops are closed...
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/10x-Skoda-VW-SEAT-Interior-Door-Card-Trim-Clips-5J0867276/391936838077?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649

I had already had a look in anticipation of snapping a few. But managed to do it without breaking any.
Just double check they are the same dimensions.
Looks like correct part number.
http://www.oemepc.com/vw/part_single/catalog/vw/markt/RDW/modell/UP/year/2016/drive_standart/723/hg_ug/867/subcategory/867000/part_id/3706907/lang/e


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Better spending a few quid on trim removal tools like these.


I have just used them to remove my door trim. Also have a look at the images in earlier post regarding loosening the bottom bolt, and you have to push trim forward and away from a catch. Took me about ten minutes.
Here is the link again from an earlier post.

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Hi Wellfan

Sorry to bring up an old post. I'm trying to remove the door trim panel to see if I can install central locking, but the only thing stopping me is that darn bottom bolt!

Any chance you have a link to the post you mentioned? Or any advice?

Thanks

M
 

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Hi Wellfan

Sorry to bring up an old post. I'm trying to remove the door trim panel to see if I can install central locking, but the only thing stopping me is that darn bottom bolt!

Any chance you have a link to the post you mentioned? Or any advice?

Thanks

M

Also see the above link.


Release retaining clip -1- by turning through 90° -arrows-.
 
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