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It sure looks like that is a factory laced-on cover; I can see the little ridges on the underside at the seam. These are often laced on over a foam cushion and a bunch of nasty sticky black mastic. Use a razor blade or utility knife to slice that open at the seam and peel it off. Clean off the actual steering wheel frame ring under it with a solvent, then ...


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This falls under normal wear and tear. You can install a leather cover around the rim of the wheel. A black leather cover from an auto parts store would work. A better option would be to have a cover made for it. They tend to last longer and get sewed into the part (instead of just tying it down). I try to avoid this by using leather care products. You have ...


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In all honesty, I would say the steering wheel in the picture is beyond repair. I have successfully used shoe polish to mask the scuffs on my Lumina's steering wheel. As with shoes, the sheen doesn't last forever; the steering wheel would regularly need to be polished to keep it looking good. I don't recall that the shoe polish left me with icky hands ...


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Most car websites will give your measures like rear seat shoulder room or rear seat hip room. That probably isn't going to be 100% helpful given that car seats tend to have bits and bobs that point out in weird ways (they aren't cubical child pods, after all). That said, if you lay the seats next to each other with enough separation to adjust belts, you ...


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Probably the most elegant / factory looking solution would be to obtain some Kam Snaps and order the "long" variant which can be installed in fairly thick material. Install one gender of snap in the rear corers of your mat and install the other gender to the rear of your carpet in your footwells. If you order an appropriate colour (probably B5 - Black or ...


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I work at a Toyota dealer, and I've seen some interesting methods of retaining floor mats, especially because of a policy that we move aftermarket mats to the trunk. I've seen people screw mats into the floor (not recommended. You can hit wires) One person used a wire hanger looped through the back of the mat, and tied it to the bottom of the seat.



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