Re: 2000 vw golf how do I remove back hatch liner to
In each of those "holes" which are flanking the center hatch there is a screw in the bottom. remove those screws. then its pretty simple, yank out. the connectors to the actual hatch are in there really tight, so its kinda scarey on how much force you need to pull out. but it will just pop right out. be careful and keep a watchful eye out to where it connects to upper trim piece, it bends pretty easy... trust me i know
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