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Need help to remove plastic panel on dash.

I have a 1995 Honda Accord. I am trying to remove the plastic on the dash so I can remove the heater control switches. I have it loose except there is something holding it on tight on the middle bottom. Can you help me to remove it?

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  • lwalcott3020 Sep 24, 2009

    I am pretty sure I have all the screws out. But it still will not pry off on the bottom middle. Thank you for the help. Any more ideas from you or anyone else will be greatly appreciated.

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If you have all the screws then the only things left is the metal tabs that act like clips. They snap in/out. You need to find were they are and pull/pry on that exact spot to avoid breaking the piece. Its very important that you have removed all screws or you will break the piece for sure....

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

  • James Brooks
    James Brooks Sep 25, 2009

    Also make sure you pull the knobs off first...

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