Very carefully. Seriously, the last set i removed i started at the front point and used my clip removal tool with a thin board under it to prevent denting the quarter panel. Pry up the front and work your way to the rear. There are also screws on the lower part of the vertical piece. There is also a clip under the vertical trim that requires you to slide the trim straight up, although mine doesn`t have those clips.
Dog leg trim has a threaded clip on the very lowest pointed end that is held in place by a nut and washer that you have to access from the trunk--(up high behind the hinge). It also has a push-in type connector at the top end and 2 little screws that are attached along the inside rear window. I'm in the process of installing all my trim so I'm learning all this as I go. :anim_25: JIM.
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