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Old 10-10-2020, 06:05 PM   #1
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Default new beetle door plastic door trim-how does it come off?

I have an 09 convertible, its lost the plastic triangular window/mirror trim on the front of the door, next to the mirror.
im going to order one, but i dont know:
1, what its referred to as
2, how to get it off-the old broken one is still half on.

any clues?
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Try putting this question in the Watercooled Mechanical Tech forum. Someone there will know.
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