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How do you remove the covers for the air intake behind the back-doors?

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2005-10-17 15:04:01
2005-10-17 15:04:01

1) Open the backdoor 2) You should see a small screw on the inside of the door, holding the cover in place, unscrew this 3)Looking straight at the cover, pull out and towards the *right, if you're on the passanger side * left, if you're on the driver side... It should just pop out....

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