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I'm kind of a big boy and managed to collapse the foot rest in my car while pushing on it trying to reach some stuff in the back seat from the driver seat. The foot rest appears to be hardened carpet on my 2011. I can't think of anyway to fix it without replacing the carpet completely. Do you guys have any suggestions?
 

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Mines the exact same way. Almost feels like a cardboard box under the carpet.
 

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Same here. Not worth fixing to me though. I'm just leaving it.
 

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It's actually a Styrofoam insert. Mine is collapsed as well. When I reinstalled my interior this summer I repaired it with some sheet aluminum and duck tape. You have to remove the seat and pull up the carpet in the drivers side to pull out the insert. Not a terrible lyrics hard job, but a pain. If it's a 2011 and you have less than 36k make the dealership replace it under warranty.
 

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Awesome, great idea. I bought the extended warranty. I'm around 55k right now but I'll call them and check. If not I'll see if I can cut some 2x4 or something to stuff under there. It annoys the crap out of me that it's collapsed. Thanks guys!
 

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its a bit of a hassle but not too difficult to remove the carpet and get at it.
 

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I know this thread is old, but I'm wondering if my Versa is suffering from this same issue. I've noticed there is virtually no foot rest on the left side, but I assumed that maybe it was just built that way. Now I'm curious to take up the carpet and have a look.
 
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