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Tailgate Trim removal
This was a explanation on how to fit an internal tailgate release. However mine failed after a while! Indeed it jammed up the door!!! So I have removed that part of the album. I have left the pictures of the trim removal for reference purposes. Hope it is still of use...
EDIT: Put some photos back for reference. 2/8/10
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Ok, 1st thing to do is remove the single screw behind this door handle trim. Released by pushing forward and pulling away...

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This is the screw. A simple X point screw.

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I started at one corner and pulled the trim away. Here you see 1 popper stayed put and the other came out properly!

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Worked my way along the bottom. Being very careful due to the dubious Mitsubishi plastic quality!!!

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All removed. Now just the filthy black sticky stuff to deal with. Be very careful not to get any where you don't want it!!!

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With the plastic removed we are able to see what's going on...

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A close up of the door release mech.

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A close up of the electric door lock motor.

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The door release again.

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The rod I made. (But had to remove!!!)

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Where I had fitted it!

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I guess that hole is still there!!! I did fit a standard old release knob on this to make it look a little better...

   
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