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Ford fusion 56 1.4tdci: two plasic clips below glove box which retain insulation pad - how do I remove them

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Normally you can simply grasp both sides of the juke and pull. Also there is a tool which looks like a screw driver only the flat blade is wider and has a "V" cut in the center and the shaft is crooked. It is used by sliding the V under the plastic head and prying upward.

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If it has a small pin in the center, pry it out with a pointed screwdriver or punch. As it comes out, itlets the sides release so you can pull the outer part out and remove as one piece.

Posted on Sep 05, 2010

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