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Old 13 Jan 2006, 11:56 am
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Default Removing interior window trim

I have a 2001 Honda CR-V and plan to replace the original interior
rearview mirror with an auto-dimming mirror that includes a
temperature and direction readout. The wiring to the mirror goes
under the window trim. I've made a quick look at the trim and don't
see any obvious, convenient ways of removing it. Can anyone give me
some ideas on how to do this or point me to an online source for help.


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Old 13 Jan 2006, 12:54 pm
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Default Re: Removing interior window trim

I believe that trim is of the snap-on type. Let's see what some others


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