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    Default Plastic skuttle panel under wipers removal

    any hints on how to remove the plastic trim/skuttle panel under the wiper arms at the bottom of the windscreen? b4 some thing gets broken

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    From what I remember , take the wipers off , then there is a rubber lip seal on the engine side which pulls off .
    Then very carefully pop the scuttle out of the windscreen on one side and work your way across , it sits in a plastic channel on the bottom of the glass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poves View Post
    From what I remember , take the wipers off , then there is a rubber lip seal on the engine side which pulls off .
    Then very carefully pop the scuttle out of the windscreen on one side and work your way across , it sits in a plastic channel on the bottom of the glass.

    the plastic channel it sits in on the bottom of the screen its very tight be carfull not to crack the screen

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    _same info as above but clean plastic channel out and smear a little grease in so you dont have to use as much force to reassemble if your not sure you knw where i am..... a 2 minute drive is better than a cracked screen

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    http://www.vectra-c.com/forum/showth...754#post759754

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan View Post
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