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This is a discussion on HELP A PLAYA OUTTTTT within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hey guys, The rubber wire boot leading from the chassis to the driver door has dis-attached and I am wondering ...

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    Hey guys,

    The rubber wire boot leading from the chassis to the driver door has dis-attached and I am wondering if there is anyway I could reattach it? Because of how the boot is laid out, it is really hard to line it up properly. Also, the plastic ring on the chassis retracts back into the frame as soon as you take you hand off of it.

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    There are three grooves on the rubber boot/grommet(one of which can be seen in the pic).Line them up with the 3 holes in the plastic retainer.Only 1 way to get it right.I think I used a screwdriver to push the plastic retainer from the inside of the kickpanel.
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