IIRC from when I did it, you can access the back of that post from the hole
in the panel that the hood frame is mounted on.
you have to remove the hood frame and the trim piece that covers the panel,
and you have to have small arms & hands, but you can get in there if you're
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> From: "Howard Battan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > like they had been 'flattened' somewhat over time. Not too big of a
> > since I could replace the old posts with new ones. The problem I have
> > into is that of the four posts on each side, one of them has no access I
> > find to remove the nut on the bottom of the post. This is the second one
> > back from the door post. I can only figure that I will need to cut an
> > opening in the inner panel to allow me to get a wrench in to remove the
> > post nut.
> > Is this the only way to replace that post, or am I missing something?