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I want to do something a little different on my car (it's an Outlook). It has this real cheap looking plastic woodgrain trim that is in the middle of the dash on the passenger side just above the glovebox and the driver's side just below the intstrument cluster then flows to the door panels in both front and rear doors. I've removed the ones below the dash cluster but none of the others. Has any of you popped yours off. I think yours are a satin steel color or maybe the lower end model of Outlook. I can't remember off hand.
 

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ponchonutty said:
I want to do something a little different on my car (it's an Outlook). It has this real cheap looking plastic woodgrain trim that is in the middle of the dash on the passenger side just above the glovebox and the driver's side just below the intstrument cluster then flows to the door panels in both front and rear doors. I've removed the ones below the dash cluster but none of the others. Has any of you popped yours off. I think yours are a satin steel color or maybe the lower end model of Outlook. I can't remember off hand.
Yes, the satin steel color is for the XE models and no I've never taken mine off, I like the wood look.
 

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I reviewed the Service Manual tonight, and the trim piece is not shown separately from the interior door skin. That doesn't mean it's not a saleable item, just that the door skin assembly is shown to attach (for example, driver's door) with nine (9) spring clips and three (3) screws to the door shell. The screws are underneath access panels at the door handle and the door pull. The lock knob needs to be disengaged before the door skin assembly can be removed.

The parts counter may be your best bet for info on how the trim is attached.
 

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OK. Thanks. The door panels I am not too worried about. It's the ones on the dash that I wonder about. I plan on hydro-dipping them in blue carbon fiber to make the interior blend better together with the color of the car.
 
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