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Old 25 Jul 2010, 03:31 pm
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Default How to take a side skirt off of a 97 Honda civic hatch?

I'm trying to replace my fender but from the looks of it I have to take the side skirt off, and I can't figure this thing out!!! How do I take it off!?!
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Old 25 Jul 2010, 03:46 pm
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After you remove the little push pins underneath the skirt, the only thing holding the skirt to the car is plastic clips behind it. Push the skirt towards the front of the car to make the clips release. The skirt will come right off.
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