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"Boards don't hit back"
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Hi all,

Just fitted my honda dog guard and had to drill 2 holes in the trim that the parcel shelf fits on......anyway the only 12mm drill bit I had had a sort of socket fitting on so when I've drilled the hole as I have pulled the drill away the drill bit has fallen off and gone inside the trim "oh no" I said (if you spell no with an F and K in it).

Anyway, does anyone know or have any ideas how I can get it out?

Cheers all

Ash


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I'll try n dig one out, I don't even know where it is now so needle in a haystack in pitch black springs to mind.


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I haven't heard it yet, I may just turn the stereo up louder so there is no chance of hearing it cos it will bug me once I do.


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Trim is easily removed. I had to remove mine when trying to work out why my parking sensors weren't working.


If its between the two metal panels where the seats are the seatbelts can be removed to get access behind it. (I managed to loose a screwdriver down there while trying to remove the beeper part or sensors) if need be I can point you in the direction of a step by step guide on here.

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"Easily" is a bit of a simplification... it's not like changing a battery or even getting to the stereo; bit more involved here!
 

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Easily as in 4 bolts and the rest is clips. I managed it without breaking any too and I wasn't being super soft with it either.

OK i meant easier than it looks. :)

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How do you remove the side trim where the jack is kept, I think it's down there somewhere.


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Easily as in 4 bolts and the rest is clips. I managed it without breaking any too and I wasn't being super soft with it either.

OK i meant easier than it looks. :)
Me too but I don't fancy doing it again :lol:

The trim unclips around the edge, you can work from the boot lid edge and back towards the door to hopefully give yourself some working space to get in.

However I seriously wouldn't bother unless it's rattling or is loose.
 

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Think I'll see how I go before ripping it apart. Cheers guys.


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