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Removing rear cargo area panel (access amp & modules)?

 
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Old 10-20-2018, 06:12 PM
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Removing rear cargo area panel (access amp & modules)?

Anyone have instructions on removing rear cargo panel to get to trailer module & radio amp?

Workshop Manual - 700319 Removing and installing rear luggage compartment side trim panel



 

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It's basically, take everything off the side, starting at either the hatch or the passenger door. C-pillar and D-pillar have to come out, rear latch cover. Lots of clips behind a lot of panels, all of which have to be handled carefully or you'll break them.

There's not just one set of instructions, it's multiple components, many of which dependent on something else coming out first.

WM 700319 REMOVING AND INSTALLING SIDE TRIM PANEL FOR REAR LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT (EXCEPT CAYENNE, CAYENNE GTS, CAYENNE TURBO S, CAYENNE S, CAYENNE S E-HYBRID, CAYENNE TURBO, CAYENNE S DIESEL, CAYENNE (3.0)) > PRELIMINARY WORK

Remove C-pillar trim. → 706819 REMOVING AND INSTALLING C-PILLAR TRIM
Remove the rear side trim panel. → 707519 REMOVING AND INSTALLING REAR SIDE TRIM PANEL
Remove D-pillar trim. → 706919 REMOVING AND INSTALLING D-PILLAR TRIM.
Remove cover for rear lock support. → 703919 REMOVING AND INSTALLING COVER FOR REAR LOCK SUPPORT



 
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Anyone try doing this? I couldn't figure out the rivets in the last step. They look almost like they have torx in the middle, but that didn't work, and then I tried pushing in the center in case they were pop rivets.
 
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Figured it out. The rivets have to be unscrewed but mine were stripped. Replaced with far superior honda push rivets.
 
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Did this once. Broke a few plastic clips. Those plastic Allen screws are real silly. They could have easily used push pins instead.
 
 
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