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97 bonny interior pillar trim removal


New member
Boston, Ma
Has anyone removed the interior pillar trim without cracking or breaking it? I have a sunroof and think that the drain tubing is disconnected underneath it and soaking the floor. This would be my first step in resolving the wet carpet and then using a hose to isolate any other leaks. I'm just not sure if there is any special tool or way to remove the pillar trim without breaking it. Thank you for any replies.


Staff member
have not been able to find a specific source for removal but it appears there are a series of clips holding it on. Try to slightly pry up to see location of clips and try pulling off at the clip location from both sides of molding.