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    Caddy Maxi Life Rear Seat Anchor Point Covers

    Hi folks,

    Would anyone be able to shed any light on how to remove these bits of plastic trim that surround the anchor points for the rear seats? I would like to remove them in order to fit a rubber mat so I can get it nice and flush.

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    looks like that they are moulded to both sides of the rear mat - the only way to really tell is to take up the floor covering and look. This means removing all the trims around the edges (footwell trims etc. etc.), undoing the two screws and lifting it up. If the mod is permanent, you could try trying to unclip any lugs by shoving a flat tool between carpet and trim but probably damage will result if you force them. Or take the carpet out completely and put your other one in.
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    There is a pin in the centre of a plastic rivet, you push this through, prise out the rivet and lever up the trim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crasher View Post
    There is a pin in the centre of a plastic rivet, you push this through, prise out the rivet and lever up the trim.
    Thank you.

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