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How to remove b-pillar trim?

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by theaxe, Oct 8, 2016.

  1. theaxe

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    My car is now 1 week old and is perfect except for an intermittent rattle in the drivers side (RHD) b-pillar.

    I have a set of trim removal tools so I wondered how easy it would be to pop off the cover to investigate. Are there any guides to its removal?

    BTW I thought this might be the known seatbelt rattle but it seems to be something else as no interference with the belt makes any difference.
     
  2. JoshM

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    Did you figure this out w/out breaking it? I'm curious as well.
     
  3. theaxe

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    Hi, yes. In the end I was wrong, there was a problem with the rear passenger door-card. A quick visit to the SC solved it.
     
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    Btr_ftw Court Jester

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    See my YouTube channel it's in there somewhere

    (Shameless plug)
     
  5. JoshM

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    Been there, will check again. Check mine too! :)
     
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    Btr_ftw Court Jester

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    Link?
     
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