Rear side panel removal (inside)
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    Rear side panel removal (inside)

    As the title states I need to remove the left side rear panel & like to know if a procedure exists on how to remove it.

    Reason being is our dog had pulled on the fabric (she likes to jump at passing cars) causing most of it to become unglued from the panel. Id like to remove the panel & get some spray adhesive to reattach the fabric.

    Any hints to remove the panel?

    thanks
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    I have the Exact same issue. Hope someone throws in some tips!
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    I had to pull driver's side for my sliding door work. It's all one piece. I don't know if you can do what you're looking to do.

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    Thanx for the response. Our issue is regarding re-adjusting the cloth cover which is right above the small storage case just close to the rear passenger seats. The glu on those fabric edges seems to have come off and we need a way to put it back.

    - Thanx
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    Well I finally got around to fixing this last weekend. I removed the entire panel as suggested above & the diagram was very helpful I was hoping the panel holding the fabric was also removable but it's not.

    So I purchased some spray adhesive by Elmers and masked off the area. I sprayed it on and worked the fabric back into place and carefully re-stuffed the edges into place. I put the rear side panel back in the van and overall I'm satisfied with the results.
    2000 Ody EX
    1991 Toyota MR2 NA
    1991 Accord SE

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    So the pannel is indeed one piece. darn. Somebody broke one of the hinges of the side compartment's cover (where the bag to cover flat tires is found). I guess i'll have to figure out how to rig it.

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