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Can anyone look up and see how to remove the black rocker covers under the doors?

I looks like there are some clips, but there's always seems to be some magic to those.

If you can scan and e-mail that would be great or you can e-mail for my fax number too.

Thanks in advance folks.
 

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Page 20-56 of the 1999-2001 helm manual re: trim removal door says nothing about "rocker covers". exactly what is it that you want to remove and where is it located? If you are talking about the "sill cover", you just pry it up and it pops out. Held in with 4 clips. You can pry it up with your fingers.
 

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Sorry for my vague description.

What I need to remove are the black plastic trims that run under the front and sliding door (about 6' long) on the outside of the van that finish the bottom of the van.

Thanks.
 

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Side Sill Panel Replacement, page 20-127.

1. Remove the side sill panel.

1. I fequipped, remove the front splash guard;
2. pull the inner fender bac as necessary;
3. Slide the side sill panel forward and remove it. Side clips will stay in the body;
4. Remove the side clips from the body.
2. Replace any damages clips.

3. Install the side clips on the side sill panel.

4. Hold the panel up, and fit all the side clips into the holes in the body, then push on the panel until the clips snap into place.

5. REinstall the inner fender and front spash guard (if equipped).
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by johnkalajian:
Side Sill Panel Replacement, page 20-127.

1. Remove the side sill panel.

1. If equipped, remove the front splash guard;
2. pull the inner fender back as necessary;
3. Slide the side sill panel forward and remove it. Side clips will stay in the body;
4. Remove the side clips from the body.

2. Replace any damages clips.

3. Install the side clips on the side sill panel.

4. Hold the panel up, and fit all the side clips into the holes in the body, then push on the panel until the clips snap into place.

5. REinstall the inner fender and front spash guard (if equipped).
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Thank You John!!!! That's exactly what I was looking for.

It looked like it slid - just wanted to confirm. You know, maybe I'll invest in one of the manuals.

Have a good day.



[This message has been edited by robr2 (edited 09-22-2001).]
 
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