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Pls guide me how to remove Ac dash vents from Nissan Altima 2005

The dash AC vents are broken and i want to replace it by myself

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You need to look online for a junk yard called pull apart an you can get all your parts fairly cheap I would buy the book for the car cost 20-30 dollars it will be most vaulable in this adventure

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