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Old 03-13-2007, 12:58 PM   #1
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A friend of mine has a 95 that needs some interior work. Id like to know how to remove all of it. If you have any Links with SPECIFIC Information we would be greatful. Or if you can just write up a quick step by step on the hard parts you've come across.

I have not got a chance to take a look at it, Or any bonnevilles. So any information is welcome. Thanks
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all the info for the door panels in in Techinfo

the rear deck removal, and the center console can be found in a search

the front seats are 15mm bolts in the front and 13mm in the rear
the rear bottom of the seat simply pulls up from the back and then out
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That was not helpful at all.... I did a search and came up dry. So If you knew there was a Pre post, Why didint you LINK it? Thanks.
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He didn't link to it because you should be able to find many by searching. This is a friendly forum..... The above post won't get many people to help you much further since it is so vague as to what you are trying to remove.
I searched Interior removal and got 7 pages, although I can't link the search results for you.

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heres the door panle removal from one of my old treads
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make sure you ROLL DOWN THE WINDOW if you dont want to break the top of you door panel
you will need to remove the door light (pry with a screwdriver at the rear gently and get it in deep!) there will be to 10mm bolts there to remove,
next pop out the little panle behind the door release handle, there will be a T15 torew screw there...get that puppy outta there too
now give the manual lock a good hard pull to get it off and then remove the bigger panel from there
now get out your 7mm socket and remove the to screws fron the front at the bottom of the panel
ok now that should be all the bolts and screws, now give the bottom of the panle a good tug out to release the push pins (they go up the sides too)
with everything pulled out now comes the tricky part removing the panel from the top...
get your fingers in the window channel grasp the panel and give it a firm and even pull up (near the rear) take you time on this!!!!!!!!
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http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...light=autodown
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Whoa...okay... I see both sides of the issue here. Forafriend is a newbie... so let'* go easy on him on his first day. You asked for help and was frustrated to get a vague answer....this is understandable. On the other side of the coin, it gets time consuming to do searches for others when info is easily available.

Speaking of vague...it'* not clear what you are removing... door panels? seats? headliners? Please check out Techinfo link in the upper right...you'll see a list of choices...go with Interior.

Searching on a forum can be tricky...sometimes you are too general, sometimes too specific. And we can't assume that all people are "search savvy". But a hidden benefit of doing the searches yourself is that you may come across additional information that may benefit you.

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