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Inserting Polo 6n2 5dr Rear Door Card

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Smith6n2

Hello,

 

I am  currently replacing the door cards in my 2001 Polo 6n2 5dr. I have successfully removed the old door card but I can't seem to figure out how the replacement one attaches (with the inner door handle being just below where the lock operating knob is). If anyone can help me out it will be much appreciated as I need them back on ASAP.

 

Thank you

 

Matthew 

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It's ok, I've found it out, thank you for your time

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