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Help removing dash #29282 Jul 20, 8:44am Jul 20, 8:44am
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Help removing dash
I'm tryin to get this part here (circled) but there seems to be a screw that i can't reach behind it. this is the piece around the fuse box. the head of the screw isn't visable only the tail. does anyone know how to get at it or if there's another way to take off this piece? thanks.

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note: this is not my dash, just trying to show what part i'm looking at.


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Re: Help removing dash [Re: Maxx] #29283 Jul 20, 8:57am Jul 20, 8:57am
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that panel just pops off to get to the fuse box. just pull off. hope this helps.

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Re: Help removing dash [Re: Maxx] #29284 Jul 20, 9:00am Jul 20, 9:00am
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heh, i figured that one, i ment the plastic around the fuse box, from the glove box to the shifter.


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Re: Help removing dash [Re: Maxx] #29285 Jul 20, 9:03am Jul 20, 9:03am
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Never taken that particular panel off before. You may want to take out the glove box to have a better view at what your're working with. There are just two fastners inside of the glovebox that twist and pull out and the door will lay all the way down. Just curious, why are you trying to get this panel off? Hope that helps..good luck thumbsup


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Re: Help removing dash [Re: Maxx] #29286 Jul 20, 9:09am Jul 20, 9:09am
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I'm paintin it... i already have the glove box off and i still can't figure out how to get the piece off


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Re: Help removing dash [Re: MyCeli8U] #29287 Jul 20, 9:09am Jul 20, 9:09am
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i havent taken that panel off before either, but i think i remember seing something when installing my ss. you may need to take out the center console/dash-and ya popping the glove box down for a better view is a good idea grin. hope this helps

Edit: looks like you already did the glove box. i'm sure someone will reply who has removed that particular piece.


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Re: Help removing dash [Re: Maxx] #29288 Jul 20, 9:28am Jul 20, 9:28am
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Here's a pic of the screw i'm talking about...
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Re: Help removing dash [Re: Maxx] #29289 Jul 20, 9:32am Jul 20, 9:32am
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hmm not sure, have you removed the whole "center dash/console" to see if it will allow you to get to that screw? hopefully someone can help, i'd go take my "center dash/console" off just because i'm curious but i'm on lunch right now and have to go back to work frown.


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Re: Help removing dash [Re: Maxx] #29290 Jul 20, 10:40am Jul 20, 10:40am
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I have no idea. confused


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Re: Help removing dash [Re: Maxx] #29291 Jul 20, 11:42am Jul 20, 11:42am
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hah, this is harder than i thought, tried removing the panel under the steering wheel and i can't get the Hood release off! maybe i should have left this to a professional... wink


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Re: Help removing dash [Re: Maxx] #29292 Jul 20, 11:56am Jul 20, 11:56am
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just keep trying and you will get it. Just think of how good it will look when you are done. Post pics when you get it complete.


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