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How to remove Voyager trunk liner?

I've got a set of rear speakers on the way and I was wondering how to remove the trunk liner so the wiring can be routed properly?

It looks like 4 plastic rivets of some kind, can I just pull up on them or is there a different procedure to follow? I don't want to just yank on them and break something.

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I've got a set of rear speakers on the way and I was wondering how to remove the trunk liner so the wiring can be routed properly?

It looks like 4 plastic rivets of some kind, can I just pull up on them or is there a different procedure to follow? I don't want to just yank on them and break something.

Thanks.
Push the small center pin down. You should hear it release. The pull up on the fastener to remove it. To install it, pull the center pin out until the legs can be collapsed then insert the revit. When it is inserted push the certer in until it is flush. It should click when it is flush.

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Thanks, King Arthur, I appreciate your help.

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Just FYI, the wiring does not go into the trunk, it comes out of the bottom of the speakers near the trunk. I installed them on mine and it is not very noticeable, but I could have taken a little more care routing them and they would be almost invisible. The trunk liner does have to come out to drill the holes though.
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You're right about the trunk liner not having to come out, I originally thought the wires were routed in under the liner but I see I was wrong. At least I now know how to remove it if I ever have to.
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