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I have full leather doors and the bottom where the silver trim is located a little piece of leather is coming out, anyone had this before? I'm just wondering if taking the panel out or maybe just a plastic tool to press in the piece.
 
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I have a feeling that the plastic piece just pops off and you can get to it easier. I would give your dealer a call and talk to the parts guy, they usually know.
 

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thanks for the advice 90sundevil, I'll do that
 
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thanks for the advice 90sundevil, I'll do that
Google it, I found a few that have to do with removing the door panel.
 
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Iíve seen the door panel removal, Iím just thinking this might be like the silver trim piece on top that itís glued and would be hard to removed
 
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I took my Cayenne door apart to replace the side mirror and all the plastic pieces were attached with tabs that you pry off. Just had to be careful so I did not break one of the tabs.
 
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I might do that this weekend if I can't push it back in
 
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