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97 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER RADIO REPLACEMENT

How do you remove the dash cover that goes over the radio and the AC and heater controls? I have tried to pry it off but am affraid to apply too much pressure for fear I may break it. It looks like it should pop right off. Thanks
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There are four screws in totoal. The first two are located at the top of the cover, just under the lip. The second two are at the very bottom under a small grey cover. You need to pry the small grey cover off and you'll see the bottom screws. After you remove all four screws, it'll pop right off.

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