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Old 10-18-2010, 01:33 PM   #1
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How do I remove inside windshield trim?

Greetings,
I have a 2002 Fleetwood Storm (30' class A on Ford F53 chassis) and would like to run an RCA cable from the TV in the center front cabinet (against ceileing) to the radio in the dash so I can run the sound through the radio.
It was suggested in other threads that the corner trim is easily removed. I tried this weekend and am still stumped. There is a small rubber strip that snaps into a channel to bridge the gap between the side wall and the plastic trim that surrounds the windshield. I see no way to remove the trim that goes around the window as it appears to be ONE CONTINUOUS PIECE. All the dash and under cabinet trim (where the sun visors are attached) is vinyl wrapped with hidden fasteners (most have snap on 'buttons' covering them).
What's the right way to approach this? Am I missing something super easy?

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Not "easily"... but maybe "easier".

Better yet though might be to try an electricians fishtape run down that chase from above (the far R or L cabinet) or from below (under the dashboard).

I happen to have mine open right now and can see what is in there that might be
in the way... but still be careful cause there is no telling what might be inside yours.
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Old 10-18-2010, 02:53 PM   #3
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Yea, I removed that rubber strip that spans the wall to window surround and all that I see are some screws for the window surround... and I don't think it's coming out. The right cabinet has a hole in the back nearest the center of the vehicle so I'm thinking the cable may need to go down the right side. I can push a fish tape in the hole toward the right but I have no idea where it will go...
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