Subaru Coupes/Sedans/Wagons 1985-1996 Repair Guide

Interior Trim

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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION



See Figures 1 through 11

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Fig. Fig. 1: Interior trim panels-Justy 2-door (with automatic belts)



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Fig. Fig. 2: Interior trim panels-Justy 2-door (without automatic belts)



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Fig. Fig. 3: Interior trim panels-Justy 4-door



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Fig. Fig. 4: Interior trim panels-XT



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Fig. Fig. 5: Interior trim panels-Loyale hatchback



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Fig. Fig. 6: Interior trim panels-Loyale sedan and wagon



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Fig. Fig. 7: Interior trim panels-1990-94 Legacy



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Fig. Fig. 8: Interior trim panels-1995-96 Legacy



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Fig. Fig. 9: Interior trim panels-Impreza



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Fig. Fig. 10: Interior trim panels-SVX



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Fig. Fig. 11: Interior trim panels (trunk area)-SVX

Removal of the interior trim panels is very simple if the time is taken to do it carefully. To remove any of the panels all that is needed is a screwdriver and a trim removal tool.

Select the panel that you are going to remove and located all of the retaining screws. Many of the screws are hidden behind plastic covers, so keep this in mind when looking. Once all of the screws are located, remove any interfering pieces, such as the removable panels in the XT or the Justy models. After removing the mounting screws, carefully pry the panel away from the body, releasing any retaining clips as needed. Be careful not to scratch or gouge the panels.

When installing the panels make sure that they are aligned properly on all sides before tightening the screws. When tightening the screws use an alternating pattern to tighten the panel evenly and prevent warpage.

 
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