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I do have a question. See this picture for reference:. Aug 8, 2, 71 Just find out where airbags are and don't mess with them. The green route should be no problem. Have you thought of wireless cam?
Might save you lots of work as well. Jun 30, 7, 4 0. Yes, you can take that trim off. The side curtain is rolled up and fastened to the A-pillar. I know how the Honda trim comes off and I think Toyota is the same- the little square piece that says 'SRS' or 'air bag' or whatever pops out, then you slide the pillar trim away from the dashboard.
You need to pull the door seal away from it before removing it, also. If it doesn't pull away from the pillar after popping that little piece out, it has another little clip or two back there, similar to a door panel or any other interior trim.
Just give it firm tug and it will come loose. Be carefulRemember Me? Site Navigation. Auntie Soshul. Need guidance in removing A-pillar cover. I need to remove the left A-pillar cover to run some wires from the rear view mirror to the dash. The cover snaps off, but there is a plastic, fork-shaped "catch" that holds the cover on loosely.
Is there a trick to releasing that catch without damaging the airbag? I have no advise on removing the cover but when I installed my dash cam by the rearview mirror I was able to tuck the wires under the cover.
They can not be seen at all. Originally Posted by toppyjai. This may be an around about way to get the info you are looking for about removing the a piller trim but it will work. Google part number and one of the first items is a pdf file about how to install a monochromatic rear view mirror in a 5th gen 4Runner, download the file and all the info you are looking for is there.
This is for reference for those who look to do this in the future. Neither of the two methods mentioned above worked on my vehicle, as the cover is attached in a different way. I tucked the wires under the edge of the A-pillar cover, and ran them through the same hole in the top of the dash that the other harness is run through.
Below is my A-pillar cover, and the black plastic "keeper" on the back of it that prevents it from coming off. There isn't enough room to get long-nose pliers or another tool on the keeper to remove it. It also appears that the air bag is attached to the back of the A-pillar cover. Attached Images. Originally Posted by Auntie Soshul. I think you need to pop off the cover that has the airbag wording stuff on it.
Can I safely remove a trim that has Airbags labeled on it?
That's where you'll find the bolt you need to remove. I removed this cover on my SR5 and don't recall any hidden "catches".
KP Texan. Originally Posted by BlackWorksInc. Take a pair of needle nose pliers, slip them between the sheetmetal and the airbag curtain grab the black keeper and turn it until it pops out the slot.
When reassembling it, put the keeper through the hole and turn it so it's "locked" and pop it back on. BB code is On. Smilies are On.
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Toyota - 4Runner. Join us now! Mark Forums Read. User Tag List.Using a moulding remover, detach the 3 clips and remove the pillar cover. If the vehicle becomes stuck Carry out the following procedures if the tires spin or the vehicle becomes stuck in mud, dirt or snow: Stop the engine. Set the parking brake and shift the shift lever to p. Remove the mud, snow or sand from around the stuck tire.
Place wood, stones or some other material to help provide t Turn the ignition switch on, and wait for approximately 60 seconds. Using sst, connect terminals 13 tc and 4 cg of the dlc3. Sst Notice: Connect the terminals to the correct positio Ok: light comes on. If the result is not as specified, replace the light. Front pillar upper cover Components Installation Hint: Use the same procedures for the rh side and lh side.
The procedures listed below are for the lh side.
Install front pillar cover sub-assembly upper lh Attach the 3 clips to install Other materials: If the vehicle becomes stuck Carry out the following procedures if the tires spin or the vehicle becomes stuck in mud, dirt or snow: Stop the engine.Using a moulding remover, detach the 3 clips and remove the pillar cover.
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I don't want to mangle the trim, has anyone here done it, or know how to? Google and forum search aren't coming up with anything. They can be fitted at the top of the door trim by the window, as they point in the right direction of the listener. Trying to get them in the A-pillar, depending how you mount them, will make the sound spread across the windscreen rather than towards you.
Hi I have installed the A pillar toyota Speakers on my E Very easy to do. The A pillar covers just pull off, the clips are designed to break so will have to buy two new clips. When you go to your Toyota centre's parts department ask them to go on the EAPM Electronic Accessories Parts Management system they have and ask them to print you a fitting instruction guide which they will have available.
It gives you step by step instructions to fit them. Took me about 30 mins and I am fairly average at fitting things. I managed to pull mine off without braking any of the clips when I installed my bluetooth kit. I thought the A-pillar trim would have been easier to cut than the door moulding? You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Paste as plain text instead.
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Seeking to fit the extra microphone with a TomTom and am accustomed to just peeling off the internal trim on the A pillar to fit it where the pillar meets the rooflining. Hi there. FWIW, I mounted the microphone cable on the steering wheel cowling and found apart from being a lot easier, it was more effective.
A microphone potentially being shot across the cabin by a curtain airbag going off is probably the least of your worries in such a situation e. Personally, I'd look elsewhere to install it - but that's just me.
Hoovie's suggestion seems OK. I don't know what they cost to replace on a 4. Thanks for the answers guys, looks like I might be moving it to the steering wheel cowling this time then! Once again I can't thank Tiscali enough for leaving me with no internet through the day over weekend :censor: :! The bluetooth kit instructions show how to get the trim off and where you can run the wires. I have has several off no problem but heed the advice of some of the others who have broken them I don't know how.
Look in these instructions but basically you pop the trim out at the top with a trim tool or screwdriver I just get my fingers behind and ease it out all the way down. If you hold it out but don't pull it too hard and hinge it up so you can see inside, you will see the retaining clips.
If the air curtain were to go off these clips would stop it flying into the car. All you do is, starting at the top either with your fingers or long nose pliers, just turn the clips through 90 deg and they will then detach. Follow the instructions to clip the wire above the airbag and you will be fine. You can disconnect the Battery but TBH as long as you don't disconnect any airbag wires they are quite safe.
There is no doubt that the mic is better above your head near the console. Hey Anchs, perhaps you could run a training course at my MrT - it was them as broke mine.
If I think on, tomorrow I will find some photos that show the process and how easy it is. I'm not kidding when I say I think I could do it without looking. They probably forgot the 90 degree twist which, as Anchs says is key to it.
Otherwise it is supposed to hold the trim partly away from the A post if the airbag deploys, so it is fairly strong. With the twist they come away easily.