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    Boot trim removal

    I have bought a Noisekiller kit. Fitting under the mats and seats is easy enough, and so is the spare wheel well. However, getting the boot trim off to fit the kit to the rear wheel arches is a problem. I can get the boot lip trim off, and unclip the rear parts of the trim on both sides, but the front ends of the trims/wheel arch covers are not moving. Do I have to remove the rear seat backs? If so how? Any advice would be welcome.

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    Sorry I have never done that and the information is missing from the workshop system
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