Question about 2004 Subaru Legacy
How to remove panels and get to the retraction assembly?
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It's kinda hard to explain on line but I think you need to remove the rear seat back which you might have to remove the sitting portion to get that out. Once the seat back is out of the way most of the parcel shelves slide foreward. I've done this on some newer BMWs and the plastic on the sides needed to be removed also. If you could post a picture of the whole rear shelf area I could probably help you more.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
u need to remove small rubber dust cover from back side of brake backing plate. then with a sturdy but small screwdriver,thru this hole, u need to locate auto adjuster plate inside drum, u push small driver against this so it is pushed off the adjuster cam, then with flat screwdriver, or adjusting tool, at same time as u are holding adjuster plate, back off adjuster wheel as far as it will go this is akward to do, but brakes need to be backed off to enable drums to be removed drums wear and develop a lip on edge u should then be able to slide drum off. if still hard tap with a hammer while pulling drum
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
First you remove the small triangular shaped plastic piece that is on top of the door panel by the front of the door by the mirror by simply prying it of. Next behind the door open lever if there is a small plastic cover remove it under it will be a screw. Next your window switch will just pry up and out, disconnect the wiring, under the switch there will be a screw ataching the door panel to the door. Next on the face of the door panel if there is a small cover about the size of a nickle but elongated, remove the cover and remove the screw below it. Next pry the door panel from the bottom untill it "pops" out and grab it and pop the rest of the panel out, lift the panel up off of the window ledge.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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