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 Post subject: 98 EL FALCON PARCEL SHELF.
Posted: Sat Oct 03, 2009 11:41 am 
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hey guys and gals have a query, removal of rear parcel shelf ????? how ???? easy that lol now the hard bit removal so I can reuse it lol ..... have an eight inch sub to install and I can't trim the carpet as of fear of damaging the LPG tank :shock: ................... also on the subject ..... anyone know a good auto trimmer in the Mount Barker area ??????



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 Post subject: Re: 98 EL FALCON PARCEL SHELF.
Posted: Sat Oct 03, 2009 12:56 pm 
Getting Side Ways

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Ride: EB1 Fairmont Ghia T5 Wagon

Location: Seven Hills, Sydney
NSW, Australia

Hi, and welcome to Fordmods.

    You need to remove the left and right rear seat back bolsters, and the C Pillar interior trims.
    Fold down the rear seat backs.
    Remove the plastic protective strip along the upper edge of the opening.
    Possibly you might have to remove the plastic pieces that are behind the seats that cover the top of the rear shocks.
    Then you need to undo the centre seatbelt bolt.
    Also remove the speakers etc, and any other bolts or plastic push pins.
    It should then be able to be removed.

Remember that the sub won't fit in the factory location due to the LPG tank, so you will need to fit a spacer to lift it up to clear the tank.

Hope that helps.




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