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A/c and heater knob does not change from heater to a/c,please how do i take little dashboard off.

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The trim is held in with sprung clamps. gently pry a corner up to get your fingernail under it and pull it straight out. This will expose the screws holding your control panel in. See your panel below. Let us know if you have more questions.

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