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VE S2 Wagon boot trim removal

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Hi all,

New to the forum and was just wondering how to remove some boot trim from my SV6 S2 Sportwagon.
Any help would be appreciated!
See picture below of carpeted side panel in question. Cheers!

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If it's anything like the sedan, those hook thingy's should unscrew - grab them and turn anticlockwise.

...And if it's anything like the interior on any VE, the rest will unclip if you pull it hard enough! :D
 

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Yep those 2 screw things come out and then it pops straight out, I just did mine to change the globe in the boot until I realised there's like a little hatch door there so there's no need to remove the whole trim :yeah:
 

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There are also 2 Torx screws to be removed on the wagon, One is where the cargo blind clips in.
The other is near the front beside the top of the rear seat uprights.
 

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There are also 2 Torx screws to be removed on the wagon, One is where the cargo blind clips in.
The other is near the front beside the top of the rear seat uprights.
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To do it properly, remove the two tie downs on the cargo floor and remove the carpet strip. Unscrew the two plastic hooks on the side trim panel. Remove torx screw in area where cargo blind clips into when its pulled out. On the top on the plastic vent looking a fearea there's screws. Once removed pull towards you as it has clips. It will just come out over the silver bolt where the rear seat clicks into in the upright position. You need to wiggle it a bit from under the trim piece that runs up towards the roofline at the rear.
 

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There are also 2 Torx screws to be removed on the wagon, One is where the cargo blind clips in.
The other is near the front beside the top of the rear seat uprights.
I need to know how to take the stuff off on the floor as well I had a 4 litre bottle of olive oil spill in the boot area and I need to clean all the carpet bits
 

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To do it properly, remove the two tie downs on the cargo floor and remove the carpet strip. Unscrew the two plastic hooks on the side trim panel. Remove torx screw in area where cargo blind clips into when its pulled out. On the top on the plastic vent looking a fearea there's screws. Once removed pull towards you as it has clips. It will just come out over the silver bolt where the rear seat clicks into in the upright position. You need to wiggle it a bit from under the trim piece that runs up towards the roofline at the rear.
Those two little hooks that hang down one is near the boot light it will not un clip there
 
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