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element_celica
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element_celica Jun 1, 2:22am - #19424 

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painting the dash tomorrow

tomorrow i plan on painting my dash...
im gonna paint it yellow to match my car and i want to know how to remove the ash tray door so i can separately paint that piece.. i've tried prying it off before , but its soft and i kinda skrewed it up a little so i stopped.
well i've seen people's painted dash and i was wondering how they pulled it off... also the door that's underneath the clock...how do you pull that off to paint it separately? and should i use primer before i paint it?
i've heard of people using plastic promotor too, can i get that at an automotive store? and should i buy some to use? just want your input thanks

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Evan
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Evan Jun 1, 5:05am - #19425 

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Do a search, lots of people have posted about this.

Also, check out the installs section.

Hope that helps thumbsup

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Evan Jun 1, 6:46am - #19426 

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Ok, for some reason I can't edit my above post, but just CLICK HERE for full details on painting your dash.

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element_celica
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element_celica Jun 1, 3:34pm - #19427 

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Quote:
Ok, for some reason I can't edit my above post, but just CLICK HERE for full details on painting your dash.


yea i've been there before, but i wanted to know how to pull apart the doors to the ashtray thing and the door under the clock so i could paint them separately...
thanks though

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