View Full Version : Troubles taking apart my integra.
07-04-2000, 02:48 AM
I was hooking up a temporary amp today and i was trying to get those black plastic pieces out that are at the bottom of the door opening, and they just wouldnt pop off. On all the other cars ive worked with its been easy, but this is a *****. Im scared that pulling too hard will hurt my car, and i dont want any problems like that.
I already have everything hooked up, and the wired are just sitting under the floor mats. I've never heard one 10" pound so hard with a "mobile authority" amp that claimss 400 watts. I will probably keep the system like this for awhile just because its satisfying untill i get more money.
07-04-2000, 03:09 AM
woops, so my actual question is: how the hell do i get those things off?
07-05-2000, 12:51 PM
I don't know much about the integra, but what year is it and does the back seat fold down or is it stationary? I think on that car there is a panel that sits above the panel that you're talking about, it goes around the window and goes clear to the roof, that usually has to be removed because there are usually hidden clips on that lower panel. Give me some more info and I'll try and dig something up.
07-05-2000, 09:25 PM
Its a 96 special edition. I think thats what it is about taking off the other panel first. Yes the back seats fold down and the back panel above those can be removed.
07-06-2000, 04:26 PM
remove that panel, I'm almost certain that there is a hidden panel fastener under that, I bet you'll probably need to remove a seatbelt to do that too...fun fun fun. The same thing held me up forever on my nissan.
07-06-2000, 08:00 PM
huh...your trying too hard. If your just trying to run wires you are probably talkin about the trim ruuners that are attached to the carpet on either side. They simply snap off. Use a pannel popper.
07-06-2000, 10:04 PM
hey, i got an integra. and i know what you mean, you need one of those panel remover thingies that resemble a screwdriver but have a "fork" .. it's a ***** to remove, but i find the plastic is very durable so dont really worry about breaking it !
07-10-2000, 06:33 PM
hey duck, did you try removing that panel yet? I'm just curious if there was a fastener under there?
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