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Old 08-16-2004, 12:22 AM   #11
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Your carpet can be pulled up without using any tools. Pop the bottom of the back seat out and pull the carpet out from under the sill trim. You can pull it out all the way from back to front. Essentially you can pull the whole thing forward up to the back of the front seats.

I hope you don't pressure wash the inside wthout removing everything as prescribed earlier. That would not be good.
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Wait, can I not remove the back section of the carpet only? My dad suggested we just cut it behind the front seats if not, and just make sure the seam isn't visible when we put it back...

What do you think? I need to try out those footwells, and the crapet needs some serious cleaning... Thanks again
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take out the seats...once you get them out, like randman said, the carpet can be pulled forward, drying everything out...
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So the friggin' carpet is one big friggin' piece? It stretches the whole interior length of the car? Great, just great...
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So the friggin' carpet is one big friggin' piece? It stretches the whole interior length of the car? Great, just great...
well i can tell you for sure it is in mine...and im 99.9% sure urs is the same...come on its fun...take out the seats

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Obviously we have differing opinions on what the meaning of thw word 'fun' is =p
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