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Chevy: you remove rear luggage rack covers to install cross bars

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how do you remove rear luggage rack covers to install cross bars on chevy equinox

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  • Remove the luggage carrier side rail front covers using a trim tool or equivalent.
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  • Remove the luggage carrier side rail rear covers using a trim tool or equivalent.
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  • Remove the luggage carrier center rails by flipping up the side retainers and sliding the center rails rearward off the side rails.
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  • Remove the nuts that attach the front of the side rails to the roof.
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  • Remove the nuts that attach the rear of the side rails to the roof.
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  • Remove the side rails from the vehicle.
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  • Remove the rubber gasket from the side rails.
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