It was pretty easy following the DIY instructions.
Best tool is something that will not scratch the trim. I used a narrow plastic scrapper to get pieces started and then a wooden shim (like used when framing doors) to work under and lift the old pieces up. The shim sounds like a strange tool (it was jsut something I found in the garage), but it worked great. I left it in the box with the wood trim in case I reinstall when I sell the car.
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