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Plastic brake pipe clips
When the weather finally improves & the garage dries out I'm hoping to clean up the rear underside of the car.  In a few places there's corrosion under/close to the plastic securing clips for the brake lines.  Can these be removed without destroying them and then reused?  Thanks.
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They're the push pin to spread three leg type iirc as some f*ck nugget had broken them all on my rallye. I can't recall if you can see the back of the clips on the boot floor but if you can you can push the centre pin back through.
Night Blue VW Golf 7 GTD : Bianca 306 Rallye : Mini Cooper D (The Mrs')
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Yes, you can access the ones above the rear beam from the boot floor.

As said, there is a pin to push to get them out. They can be pretty stiff but I used a punch to push the pins.
Cherry Red Rallye - Full on OEM resto.....
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Cheers guys, that's really helpful to know.
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