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how do i get to my shocks from inside the car?

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    how do i get to my shocks from inside the car?

    I'm trying to adjust my konis and I cant figure out how to get to them. I tried a search but came up short. Pics or a link would be greatly appreciated.

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    you have to remove the rear interior panels then pull the carpet up where your "cargo area is" directly behind your rear seats there will be foam "blocks" remove them and your shock mounting bolts are right there

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    just lower the seat......and in the corners where the shelf starts to angle down.......you will see where the carpet has either been cut already.......or perforation in the carpet where you can cut it.....lift up on that piece and beneath it is the foam pieces.....easy as pie

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