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How to take the dashboard plastic piece off?

I took out the two screws under eth lip thing wher eteh speedometer and **** are located , but when i tried to pull the plastic lining peice out it got caught on something on the left side of the steering wheel by the ashtray adn cruise control button...and no matter how hard me adn my friend tried to pull adn wiggle it out it didnt budge...some one help me please i spent all my money on a radio 2 weeks ago adn cant get teh ragidy *** old one out yet!! EHHHHHHHHHHH!!!

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    the gas gauge doesnt work in my 93 honda accord how do i fix it



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Please click here for instructions how to remove the dash board from
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