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      11-30-2020, 09:27 PM   #1
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F06 door trim removal - help

Does anyone have any step by step or video on removing the door trims on front and rear doors on an F06?

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Interested aswell. I heard there was regular clip all around, one screw in the air vent and 2 rectangular clips in the middle that can be tough.

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Interested aswell. I heard there was regular clip all around, one screw in the air vent and 2 rectangular clips in the middle that can't be tough.
The dash trim is much easier mainly pull out towards you all clip based... the flat left vent trim is held by a single screw in the side round vent (pulls out) then single screw holds small vent driver side trim (pulls out).

The info or video I'm looking for and need a guide on are specifically for the door trim (front and rear). For a f06
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The dash trim is much easier mainly pull out towards you all clip based... the flat left vent trim is held by a single screw in the side round vent (pulls out) then single screw holds small vent driver side trim (pulls out).

The info or video I'm looking for and need a guide on are specifically for the door trim (front and rear). For a f06
Wasn't talking about a dash..
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The dash trim is much easier mainly pull out towards you all clip based... the flat left vent trim is held by a single screw in the side round vent (pulls out) then single screw holds small vent driver side trim (pulls out).

The info or video I'm looking for and need a guide on are specifically for the door trim (front and rear). For a f06
Wasn't talking about a dash..
Ah, just taking it in again - "vent" threw me off
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So far I have done both trims for both front doors on the f06.

Here are some pics for both doors - as reference where the screws are for the trim, also keep in mind the passenger front door with the handle has a second hidden torx screw which is accessed by removing the leather handle trim with a plastic trim shimmy... pics on this as well...
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Overall the trim removal on the doors are not fun, driver side was a pain, particularly where the trim clips on...

The passenger side door was incredibly easily compared to the driver side - as in removing the trim.

Have not yet done the rear door trim yet lmao! They look similar to the front driver side configuration which was a pain... will post back with results.

Also what I am doing is replacing all the trim from individual wood trim to carbon fiber all oem trim - been itching to do this for a long time and now felt it was ideal since I found all the carbon fiber trim at a good price.
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