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#1 (permalink) Old 10-08-2013, 10:16 PM
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Dash Trim Removal

How do you take off the wood trim on the dash? I'm guessing they snap off somehow - just don't know the right place to apply pressure. Thanks
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What part of the dash are you trying to remove? Not all of it is clips, some is adhesive.


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please explain what all parts needs replacement?
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Radio removal

Actually going after the radio. I have a nav/radio unit. Got the plastic trim off to expose the screws. How does the air vent come off? The vent's brackets are in front of the radio bracket. I saw on a video you need a special tool to release it thru 2 slots on the bottom. Is there a way around that? If not, where can one get the slot tool. Thanks again
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