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Old 07-23-2010, 02:00 PM
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Removing A Pillars

Any photos? Need to pull the A Pillars on a 2006 LS with side curtain air bags.

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Old 07-23-2010, 02:13 PM
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On the top of the A pillars you should see a little circle plug, use a flat screw driver to pop open that plug. In the hole from the plug will be a Philips head screw. Remove the screw. This will take the top of the A pillar off. After you have taken out the screw run your fingers down the inside of the A pillar and simply pop it off. There is one plastic clip holding it on about six inches from the bottom. Once you pop the clip out simply lift and pull the pillar out of place.

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Perfect, thank you!

I thought it may be that easy, but usually when I think that things go horribly wrong, LOL

Thanks again for the fast response!!

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No problem, if you need a picture reference I just made this. Glad to help.

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Sweet, thanks!



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Not a problem, your welcome.
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