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Dash remove #7938 Jan 15, 6:26pm Jan 15, 6:26pm
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Dash remove
Hey guys.
Anyone know how to remove the dash or know where show how to remove it?

Re: Dash remove [Re: yellowcelica00] #7939 Jun 26, 12:48pm Jun 26, 12:48pm
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I'm also trying to figure out how to remove the dash so I can paint it.

Re: Dash remove [Re: yellowcelica00] #7940 Jun 26, 1:09pm Jun 26, 1:09pm
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These pictures are informational only ... improper removal of the dash could damage various electronic devices ...

There are no online instructions for dash removal. grin

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Re: Dash remove [Re: yellowcelica00] #7941 Jun 26, 1:23pm Jun 26, 1:23pm
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If your talking about the center part of the dash this is how it goes:

pull up on your shifter bezel it will just pop out (manual shift will need to take off shit knob first, just unscrew), be careful of the lighter wires you will need to unclip the harness.

pull out the AC knobs, just pull forward on them and they will slide right off.

next take out the four, now exposed, screws. Two behind the AC panel, two below.

Then pull up on the center dash starting slowly from the bottom where you took out the screws, it just pops out. Be careful of the clock wires, you will need to unclip the harness.


Re: Dash remove [Re: Gen7fan] #7942 Jun 26, 1:29pm Jun 26, 1:29pm
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Originally Posted by Gen7fan
If your talking about the center part of the dash this is how it goes:

pull up on your shifter bezel it will just pop out (manual shift will need to take off shit knob first, just unscrew), be careful of the lighter wires you will need to unclip the harness.

pull out the AC knobs, just pull forward on them and they will slide right off.

next take out the four, now exposed, screws. Two behind the AC panel, two below.

Then pull up on the center dash starting slowly from the bottom where you took out the screws, it just pops out. Be careful of the clock wires, you will need to unclip the harness.




Yeah ... if you where talking about the center console then that should get it out grin

Re: Dash remove [Re: yellowcelica00] #7943 Jun 26, 2:41pm Jun 26, 2:41pm
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I wouldn't paint the dash...but rather the center console. Painting the dash is just...too much. But if you want to that's cool and all.


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Re: Dash remove [Re: yellowcelica00] #7944 Jun 26, 3:03pm Jun 26, 3:03pm
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I heard that if you paint your dash it could crack because of the sun. But I'm not a specialiste.


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Re: Dash remove [Re: yellowcelica00] #7945 Jun 27, 7:36am Jun 27, 7:36am
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that true, I would use engine paint to deal with that problem. The paint I have will stand temps up to 500 degrees.

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