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How do I remove the trim in back of 58 plate van
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Hi,

I'm going to install a reversing sensor kit to the van that my wife has just bought for her flower business. Having looked at a new van that has factory fitted sensors I'm looking to route the cables in a similar way but to access where they route up through the floor I need to remove the rear left hand side internal black plastic trim, can anyone advise how this is fitted in place? I don't want to risk snapping any plastic fittings off the panel.
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A mechanic would give it an expertly positioned wack and off it`d come. The rest of us have to use a screwdriver. If you`re careful, you`ll be fine. I did this on mine wi out wrecking it . . .
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#3
Check out " permanent live in boot area of mkIII berlingo " thread for advice on removing panels.
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#4
Im gonna have to remove mine I got a number plate light out.


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#5
Philip, I thought you just had to remove the lens by inserting small screwdriver into bulb lens slot from exterior of tailgateto access the actual bulb
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