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I cannot remove the dash plate to replace the clock.

The directions for removing the dash do not seem to work on my car. The clock is in a different place on the dash and the dash plate does not want to come off.

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Use the owner manual, or download free for fix it. from www.retrevo.com + www.manualslib.com

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Here you can find two reference guides:
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Hope helped with this (remember rated this help) Good luck.


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