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    how do you get the plastic cover off the seat rails without damaging it ? tryed all kinds and i am thinking there has got to be an art to it or something

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    Would love to know this myself my passenger one has come adrift at the front and needs repositioning and securing but I can't get it off

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    It just pulls off for behind the trim has some plastic lugs that push into the tops of bolts in the seat frame. Check the frame without the rails you will see the bolts I mean but they literally pull off.

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    will give this a go cheers mate

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    at the rear end of the side seat rail trim you will find a round screw nut and you just undo that and it will then
    come off easily


    2011 insignia elite tourer 2.0 cdti 160 manual,silver

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    So will I thanks Paul and if it breaks I know who to blame lol

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    that plastic nut on to just screws off does it will give that one a try first before i jist yank it off hahaha

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    Hang on two different methods

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    You try yours first Ant see if it breaks lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by patch22 View Post
    You try yours first Ant see if it breaks lol
    hahaha tar patch ill have a look tomorrow and p.m you

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