How do I remove the interior trim for strut replacement%3F 2001 outback wagon%0A

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Asked by Dec 19, 2014 at 05:26 PM about the 2001 Subaru Outback Limited Wagon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I will be replacing the rear struts, and was just wondering if there were any tips or tricks
for removing the trim to get at the top strut bolts.

4 Answers

1,235

just remove the plastic push pins with care you do not want to break these if you can help it , they should pull straight out

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yes, I was under the impression the struts were mounted way up high in the wheel wells, like the older models, and I would have to pull all of the interior side trim. Turned out, as you said, I only had to pop the 1 floor trim piece! Cake! Thank you for your reply!

1,235

You are very welcome hope they come out easy for you

30

all done! was not too bad,.. the bottom strut bolt w as quite the tough one,. but by the 2nd side,. we had the trick, lol! :D

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