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Chevrolet Cruze Repair Manual: Rear Compartment Lid Emblem/Nameplate Replacement (Cruze - Left Side)

Chevrolet Cruze Repair Manual / Body hardware and trim / Exterior Trim / Rear Compartment Lid Emblem/Nameplate Replacement (Cruze - Left Side)

Rear Compartment Lid Emblem Assembly

Rear Compartment Lid Emblem Assembly

Caution: Refer to Exterior Trim Emblem Removal Caution in the Preface section.

Procedure

  1. The part and surface should be 21C (70F) prior to installation. The vehicle should remain 21C (70F) for one hour after assembly to allow adhesive to develop sufficient bond strength.
  2. Use a Heat Gun or equivalent to remove the old nameplate. Clean all adhesive from the rear compartment panel and wipe the surface dry with a clean lint-free towel prior to installing the new nameplate.
  3. When removing protective liners from the adhesive tape, be careful not to touch tape with hands and do not allow tape to come in contact with dirt or any foreign matter prior to adhesion
  4. Close the rear compartment   lid prior to adhesion.
  5. Using the palm of the hand, wet out the emblem to the rear compartment lid to ensure full adhesion of the emblem is made.
Rear Compartment Lid Emblem/Nameplate Replacement (CDX)
Rear Compartment Lid Emblem Assembly Caution: Refer to Exterior Trim Emblem Removal Caution in the Preface section. Procedure The part and surface should be 21C (70F) prior to installati ...

Rear Compartment Lid Emblem/Nameplate Replacement (Rear Emblem)
Rear Compartment Lid Emblem Assembly Caution: Refer to Exterior Trim Emblem Removal Caution in the Preface section. Procedure The part and surface should be 21C (70F) prior to installati ...

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Removal Procedure
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