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Old 09-23-2012, 07:07 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Can Someone Help Me With Interior Disassembly?

I'm considering putting down some dynamat and dynapad down on the floor of my Max and wanted to ask some of you that have disassembled your interior before if there is a best method to the madness.

I figure I'll just start taking things apart...but any suggestions on order of disassembly? I find my Maxima very loud on the highway, with a lot of drone from the road and think this will really help. I've done the trunk, all doors, and rear panel already.

Any insights or suggestions are welcomed from those who have done this. Thanks in advance.
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Default Re: Can Someone Help Me With Interior Disassembly?

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I'm considering putting down some dynamat and dynapad down on the floor of my Max and wanted to ask some of you that have disassembled your interior before if there is a best method to the madness.

I figure I'll just start taking things apart...but any suggestions on order of disassembly? I find my Maxima very loud on the highway, with a lot of drone from the road and think this will really help. I've done the trunk, all doors, and rear panel already.

Any insights or suggestions are welcomed from those who have done this. Thanks in advance.
I meant to post this a while ago but forgot. Look at EI-36 (Floor Trim Removal), which also refers to EI-33 (Side Trim Removal), SE-85 (Front Seat Removal), SE-89 (Rear Seat Removal), IP-10 (Center Console Removal), and SB-3 (Lower Seat Belt Anchor Removal). This should help you access the floor.

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I meant to post this a while ago but forgot. Look at EI-36 (Floor Trim Removal), which also refers to EI-33 (Side Trim Removal), SE-85 (Front Seat Removal), SE-89 (Rear Seat Removal), IP-10 (Center Console Removal), and SB-3 (Lower Seat Belt Anchor Removal). This should help you access the floor.

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Thanks for the information, much appreciated!
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Thanks for the information, much appreciated!
No problem, and if you go through with it try to take some pictures of you're sound dampening in case anyone else wants to take that route. Good luck!
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No problem, and if you go through with it try to take some pictures of you're sound dampening in case anyone else wants to take that route. Good luck!
Will do. I live in Portland so the rainy season is right around the corner. If this doesn't get done in the next month...it's gonna wait until spring. I got a great deal on 36ft of Dynamat and 14ft of Dynapad for $200 shipped on Ebay. If I start this undertaking...I'll post the pics and best practices for others attempting the same. Cheers.
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