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Im changing my springs this friday night. I would like to have the rear interior removed before i get to the shop. Just so I can take my time and nothing gets damaged. Can anyone give me some pointers on what panels to remove first. Are there any tricky hidden bolts or clips that I should know about? I would really appreciate some info from those who have done this before. Thanks
 

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There's nothing too incredibly tricky about it. I removed the Sill at the bottom first. Just pull and it'll come right off. Then I got to work removing the side panels. The only thing nasty about those are the grocery hooks. I used a very small flathead screwdriver. You have to push it into the hole until you hit the clips that hold it in place. There's also 2 screws and a load of plastic clips that hold it in place. To get them all the way out, I had to remove all the flooring in the back. That's not very hard either. That's all I pulled out. I didn't pull the side panels all the way off, I just pulled them out of the way far enough to access all 3 bolts for the top of the strut. There you go!
 

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