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Old 05-24-2018, 10:49 AM   #1
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I have some pulled screws on the side trim strip. Anyone have ideas on how to remove the cover to fix the screws?
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It is snapped in place, bottom last. But they, or mine, it glued as well.
Body shop broke it during removal both times.
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I replaced the fender & a bay door that had been damaged on a Endeavor -- The trim is the same as your`s -- It did just snap out with a little glue in spots -- The easy part was replacing the parts, the hard part was getting the trim to stay in place -- It didn`t break, but did stretch some -- So don`t pull to hard when replacing -- Bill Willard
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So far I can't get it to budge. I'm assuming it separates just above the round part on the bottom. The two pieces do move separately if you push on it.

Can this trim be bought? just in case I break it.
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So far I can't get it to budge. I'm assuming it separates just above the round part on the bottom. The two pieces do move separately if you push on it.

Can this trim be bought? just in case I break it.
The body shop I used last year bought some.....as they broke it getting it off.
Alas. Not sure where they sourced it.
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I haven’t found any in my area.
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You might find the trim strip here. If not, they may be able to point you in the right direction.

https://www.all-rite.com/screw-covers-and-trims?
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