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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 27th February 2019, 15:51 Thread Starter
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Driver side A pillir trim

Notice the gap between trim and dash on driver side. Dont know why i havent notice it before. Is that normal or is the trim just pushed in? How easy is it to remove trim to resit it.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 27th February 2019, 16:02
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Ooer; That doesn't look proper.

Be mindful of curtain airbags if you decide to have a hack at it yourself. - I'd defer to dealer on that one though.
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Yeah think i will get them to check it out at next service. I dont have any issue with rattles etc from the pillar so dont want to cause any by pulling it off.

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Not been fitted properly. There's a screw behind the small 'airbag' badge at the top of the garnish. After removing screw garnish will remove easily, but if you want, just let the dealer do it. If he takes longer then 5 mins to remove and re-fit it then he's taking the piss, really!
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I see a reference in this article to the A pillar problems. It also discussed the door welds badly finished and rusting on the 10th gen.


https://www.pakwheels.com/blog/are-t...y-exaggerated/
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I see a reference in this article to the A pillar problems. It also discussed the door welds badly finished and rusting on the 10th gen.





https://www.pakwheels.com/blog/are-t...y-exaggerated/
Alot of issues in that article. Thankfully the quality of the work from swindon doesnt seen to suffer the same

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