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My digital clock fell in but still hanging

Wyl i was cleaning my dashboard area i mistakenly pushed in my clock for my camry 99 model. how do i fix it myself?

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I just fixed this on a newer (00-03) camry, its probly the same, but all i had to do was take off the center air conditioning controller knob, just pull it off, take out that screw, once you have taken that screw out, then carefully pull at the top of the panel until it pops out. You could probly use a flat head screwdriver, if you cant get it with just your fingers but just be careful not to damage the plastic with the screwdriver. But it pops out about an inch, and all you have to do is slide your hand in and push the clock back where it needs to go. hope that helps

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