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removing engine plastics... #75906 Dec 31, 6:47am Dec 31, 6:47am
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removing engine plastics...
i have painted all of my plastics but i want to paint the header cover...the one with the vvt-i logo on it...someone tell me how to remove it before i break it...lol...thanks


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Re: removing engine plastics... [Re: 4u2envy] #75907 Dec 31, 7:55am Dec 31, 7:55am
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Unscrew the 2 nuts, then remove the clips on the back of the cover, be care with the clips some people break them off.

Re: removing engine plastics... [Re: 4u2envy] #75908 Dec 31, 8:18am Dec 31, 8:18am
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directions for BOTH GT and GTS can be found at...
https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/showflat.php?Number=1862380775

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Re: removing engine plastics... [Re: 4u2envy] #75909 Jan 1, 11:34am Jan 1, 11:34am
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thanks isaac...i knew i had to remove them but i didnt want to break them but since it is no big deal then they are off tonight...thanks again


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Re: removing engine plastics... [Re: 4u2envy] #75910 Jan 1, 1:07pm Jan 1, 1:07pm
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If you break them, no biggie, they are only a couple bucks each at the parts department at the dealer.

Rob

Re: removing engine plastics... [Re: robare99] #75911 Jan 1, 2:24pm Jan 1, 2:24pm
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Originally Posted by robare99
If you break them, no biggie, they are only a couple bucks each at the parts department at the dealer.

Rob



I broke mine too. grin



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