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Removing Cargo Cover

Ok,

Before I go pushing, pulling and, perhaps break something, how do you remove the cargo cover unit?

Is it as simple as pulling up on it or is it fastened somewhere?

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Re: Removing Cargo Cover

It's like replacing toilet paper. Slide to the right & lift the left side.
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Re: Removing Cargo Cover

just push the entire closed cover to the right... It's spring loaded and it should pop out.
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it's like a toilet paper thing... pull one side out and put it towards the front of the car or up, now disconnect the other side and pull this one first towards you and out of the trunk
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Re: Removing Cargo Cover

Thanks Guys.....

Glad I asked!!!!! Our Subaru Cover was just a "clip" fit and you just had to jerk it upwards to remove it........
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Re: Removing Cargo Cover

Just kind of be careful that the end doesn't strike the side window and shatter it. I saw that happen at a dealership when a saleperson was showing the removal process to a customer.
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Just kind of be careful that the end doesn't strike the side window and shatter it. I saw that happen at a dealership when a saleperson was showing the removal process to a customer.
LOL!
Too bad you didn't get video!
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