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Replacing the dashboard message center buttons station

How do you remove the dash to get to these push buttons???

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  • hunterdan Jan 12, 2009

    with a flat screw driver pry what off carefully???????

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With a flat screw driver pry it off very carefully

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  • charlie_harl Jan 12, 2009

    The bottons are attached to the vents it's one piece start to pry at the top corners of the vents the plastic thing will pop off witch will give you access to the buttons watch the wiring very fragile when you get it off

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