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goochy

2007 LSV Rear Floor in hatch ??

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goochy

I am working on my 2007 Malibu 23 ft LSV . I can NOT !! get my floor up on the drivers side rear compartment . I added a bag last year to factory fill/drain kit. It does good , so now I want to take floor out to add new hoses, to clean up the "test " hoses. It worked ok last year , just need to get floor out so I can get to the tank. I can NOT find any screw heads ???????? How is it held down ? I had 3 people look ......... we gave up ?

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Bobby Light

I am working on my 2007 Malibu 23 ft LSV . I can NOT !! get my floor up on the drivers side rear compartment . I added a bag last year to factory fill/drain kit. It does good , so now I want to take floor out to add new hoses, to clean up the "test " hoses. It worked ok last year , just need to get floor out so I can get to the tank. I can NOT find any screw heads ???????? How is it held down ? I had 3 people look ......... we gave up ?

It's only screwed down on the side of the floor next to the engine. You should be able to see the screws if you look over there.

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goochy

Thanks, I'll look again , how many screws ?

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Bobby Light

Thanks, I'll look again , how many screws ?

It was 3 or 4 but they were big ones.

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