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Old 01-21-2010, 10:23 AM   #1
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Can Anyone Help?

How difficult is it to install the interior trim package (the strip of trim on the doors and across the dash). I wanted to install the Rally Yellow to match my car and have found a fair price, but was wondering how hard it was to replace the existing trim.
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As someone who has done a lot of messing around with the ambient lighting, I can probably help.

First off, check this thread as it has the official GM instructions

Now I found that it was easy to get the trim pieces off, if you know the trick.

The trick is to pull the side panels off, and squeeze the clip from the back then pull the trim out. Once you get the one large one out the rest simply snap off.

Getting the door cards off is a little trickier. I never bothered unhooking everything when I went in there, as I was just trying to change my ambient light coloring to red.
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