<VV> Helpful method to rmove A pillar trim on LM cvt

hallgrenn at aol.com hallgrenn at aol.com
Mon Aug 19 09:09:24 EDT 2013


After you've removed the screws start gently rocking (top to bottom) it back off of the door side pinch weld.  A little silicone spray from the top down (unless you've got all new headliner and carpet) will help.  The bottom sometime sticks too because of rust, but mainly you'll be dealing with the pinch weld (which may also be rusty--especially on a convertible).

Bob Hall
Group Corvair
'65 Corsa
'68 Monza
'64 Greenbrier

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From: John Gull <vairdude at gmail.com>
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Sent: Mon, Aug 19, 2013 6:56 am
Subject: <VV> Helpful method to rmove A pillar trim on LM  cvt

Anyone have a good method to remove the plastic trim on the A pillar of a
late model Convert without breaking? Many thanks John Gull in Asheville NC

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