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Old 05-11-2019, 05:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Need to Replace My Spoiler on My '91 Stealth

Quick question for you Stealth Experts:

I need to remove the plastic panel on the rear hatch.

After looking at my inside rear hatch, I don't see any fasteners holding it on.

I assume there are clips holding it on.

Is there any particular way to "pop" the trim cover off so I can get to the rear spoiler to replace it?

Are the clips holding on the plastic trim reusable or do I need to buy new clips before I take it off, if so, what kind of clips hold the trim cover on?

Thanks for your help!

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Default Re: Need to Replace My Spoiler on My '91 Stealth

as i recall there's a screw in the top corner on each side that often breaks, then clips the rest of the way around.
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