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Help needed - removing rear interior panels 2009 Miata

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Old 09-28-2011, 07:22 PM
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Default Help needed - removing rear interior panels 2009 Miata

I had had a rattle in my RHT, and the dealer gave me some help in removing rear interior panels, and I found a clip that was not secured properly at the factory, and cured the noise. Then, a week or two later, I hit a pothole and a new rattle developed. I can remove the headrest covers, the windbreak, the "shoulder panels", and can remove the inserts and loosen the rear panel, but I can't fully remove it. Apparently one has to remove the center console cover, or at least lift the rear end and perhaps the inner door moldings. Anybody know how to do this?

Roger Bohl
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Old 09-29-2011, 03:45 PM
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Smile Help available!

With luck and holding my breath I managed to find the right things to pull, in the right directions, without breaking any tabs. If U need help with this issue, e-mail me. (I think I found the source of the annoying but intermittent rattle, too -- another factory/design issue.

Roger Bohl
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