Originally Posted by droemmen
I love the way he hits the car's plastics to see how solid they are!
Yeah right !! I saw him last night, hitting hard a dash with his huge rectangular finger ring
I m sure he scratched it. It was a new Astra. So
what if it has solid ( and probably now scratched) plastics. Many Opels suffer from temperature problems, how can he check that...
Yes Dimitri, I talk about Filippos' TI.
@Thoma: My buddy works in car bussiness for years, he 's very experienced and he noticed those problems ( except the side indicator) right away.
He worked on Alfa Romeo dealership for years and he is already aware of those problems. Besides, they re fixable, and will be done an the first
service. He didnt care much, because its his bussines area and he knows "how to move".
@wlm8361: (whats your name anyway.. ) I know exactly what you mean. Tis plastic cover with the Alfa Romeo logo on it, is held by two Phillips
screws, one in front (a-pillar side) and one to the rear ( b-pillar side). It is also held by special clips spread all over its lenght. All clips are on the car's
body, except one which is on the rear side panel of the car ( where they overlap each other at the b-pillar area). This clip has a vertical orientation,
so pull upwards. Nothing can brake there ( unless you are King Kong
All you have to do, is to remove the two screws, and pull it upwards. You will have to remove the door's sealing rubber at
where it touches the plastic you want to remove. To remove the rubber, just pull it up by starting from a spot close to a "corner"
but not right at the corner, just 20cm away. So in brief: remove screws, remove rubber, pull upwards