If I may, ask why?
But I have to make you aware, that some of those upper garnishes that have to come off first, tend to get broken tabs and clips. And the big upper tailgate liner can be a pain to get back on, unless you know how it goes on.
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Hi tkcrYes you have to do steps 1-4, in that order. Or you will break something.
It can be done yourself, just be careful. Follow the steps in order. Where ever the seams are ( the two pieces go together ) that's where the tabs break. After you get them off, you'll know what I mean by the tabs. They hold the two parts together tight so there are no gaps. If the tabs break, then the parts don't fit tight anymore at the seams.Hi tkcr
Thanks a lot for your quick response. What do you mean "tend to get broken tabs and clips"? I can feel they are pretty tight. But can I just use some force to pull them out or you think I should get some Professional ppl to do it? If I'm going to do it, which part should I pay more attention or what kind of skills should I use to avoid the damage?
The other question is why the upper part is hard to put on?