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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, can't get the rear package tray out!? in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; I read the online how to, but can't get it out. I got the upper and lower back seat out ...
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    can't get the rear package tray out!?

    I read the online how to, but can't get it out. I got the upper and lower back seat out along with the sail panels and it say just lift the package try out but it won't lift out or slide forward? I look like the seat belt take up's need to be removed or something? I also have the plastic push tabs taken out for the package tray also?

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    Re: can't get the rear package tray out!?

    Mine was glued to the glass

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    Re: can't get the rear package tray out!?

    Great, how did you get it out?

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    Re: can't get the rear package tray out!?

    It's not glued. There are slotted plastic tabs (which are glued to the deck) on the sides of the deck (all the way back toward the rear glass) that pop free if you lift up the cover and pull it toward you. You may have to jimmy it side to side to loosen them, but it shouldn't take a lot of force to get the thing out.

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    Re: can't get the rear package tray out!?

    Did you take the two push pins out of the front?

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    Yes, I got the two push pins out. I was able to flex the front over the seat belt retractors and tilt it up to get to the XM module. Fuzzy, are the tabs your talking about for the sail pannels to fit into? Still not sure how the thing comes out? I hate interior stuff, always afraid of breaking something. Thanks guys.

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    Re: can't get the rear package tray out!?

    No, the deck is attached to two long tabs in the rear. Trust me on this--just lift up a couple of inches and shake it toward you.

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