MK3 Jetta - How To Install A Cargo (Trunk) Liner

  • Category: Interior Interior
  • Difficulty: Very Easy Very Easy
  • Author: DIYChris
  • Date Submitted: 2007.01.25
  • Date Updated:
  • Version: 1.0

Overview

  • This DIY will explain the procedure for installing a Weathertech cargo (trunk) liner in a MK3 Jetta.
  • Note: Although the trunk design is different between the Jetta and Golf/GTI, as well as between generations (MK3, MK4, etc.), the installation procedure is the same for all of them.
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Tools

Here's a list of recommended tools to complete this job:

No tools are required for this project!

Parts

Weathertech Cargo Liner

Here's is the part needed for this project:

1) Weathertech cargo liner

Instructions

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  • MK3 trunk1) Open the trunk and empty it. This is a perfect time to vacuum away all the little bits that have mysteriously gathered, and somehow multiplied in your trunk.
  • Cargo Liner2) Remove the liner from it's shipping box.
  • Cargo LinerThe liner has been rolled up in the box for a while, and some of the edges may look a bit creased or out of shape. Don't worry, this isn't a problem, as you'll see in the next step.
  • Liner in trunk3) Maneuver the liner into the trunk. The liner is made out of a flexible resin, so it's very easy to move around until it's in place. If any part of the liner is lifting away from the bottom of the trunk, simply place a weight on it to help it flatten out. Once it's been in the car on a warm, sunny day, the heat in the trunk will help relax the liner and it'll lay flat against the floor.
  • 4) That's it! You can remove the weights and fill the trunk back up with everything you removed in the first step.