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Old 04-17-2011, 08:01 PM   #1
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The scratched up piece. How do I remove it? Gonna paint it gloss black
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Old 04-17-2011, 08:11 PM   #2
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remove the whole door panel then theres i think 3 screws that holds that piece and the ac vent. Remove those and your set.
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Old 04-17-2011, 08:12 PM   #3
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dude! Cut your nails man
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Old 04-17-2011, 08:20 PM   #4
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remove the whole door panel then theres i think 3 screws that holds that piece and the ac vent. Remove those and your set.
damn i figured it was easy to take off since it was was done when i got my car. needs to be fixed though so guess gotta do what i gotta do.
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dude! Cut your nails man
dude! it was like this when i got it.hence the reason why im fixing it. ive never understood how people do this.

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Old 04-17-2011, 09:06 PM   #5
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Old 04-17-2011, 09:08 PM   #6
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lol no, what ever paint is on there isnt stuck worth a ****. i can easily scratch it off with my nail. i work at a body shop and do some painting my self. fixing it wont be a problem.
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taking off a 350z door takes literally 120 seconds. two screws, one in door handle/arm rest, one behind handle pull... and panel fasteners. Done.
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im kinda confused on this, I may be wrong but if im not mistaken isn't that piece solid black plastic all the way through? what is the silver color coming through and then why was it painted black again?

very easy to remove door, just as easy to remove that piece, i've done it before.
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just pops right out...nothing a small flathead cant fix on the fly..
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im kinda confused on this, I may be wrong but if im not mistaken isn't that piece solid black plastic all the way through? what is the silver color coming through and then why was it painted black again?

very easy to remove door, just as easy to remove that piece, i've done it before.
well, it aint black all the way thru, it is poorly painted black

2006 does this , all over my interior plastic parts same issue

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just pops right out...nothing a small flathead cant fix on the fly..
the part behind the door pull pops out- i think that part itself is held on to the shell by the four screws behind it which is attached to the door pull mechanism.
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the part behind the door pull pops out- i think that part itself is held on to the shell by the four screws behind it which is attached to the door pull mechanism.
exactly, didnt want to tell a mod he was wrong but there are 4 screws holding it, does not just pop off, may have to take the vent tube and/or door handle&lock to get it to come free. i had to remove both

your also going to want to remove the fans or vent cover before paint, which i think is a little screw in the middle and some clips then it pops out
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yeap you guys were correct. it was screwed on.
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take the vent tube off first then the vent will pop off after all 4 screws are undone. one thing i found interesting about the door panel it self was it is wrapped with that rubbery feeling fabric. that means itd be easy to peel off and wrap in leather or paint the plastic.
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You got it

If only I could get my hands on that oem honey comb vinyl.
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why you want that? i want leather or pleather what ever it is. i find that more of an exotic feel.
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Kinda agree. The guys that do custom cover them end up with a hell of a seam by the door jam. I just think it would be super hard to get that sewn right.

I gotta try and keep some things original haha. Mine def look about 8 years old too
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Old 04-18-2011, 07:32 PM   #17
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welle i found where some jack *** cracked the door panel id probably just come out better getting new doorpanels. they're not shot but look like some one hacked them up for me.
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