Question about 2007 Nissan Xterra Off Road
All dashes have bezels that cover up the screws and bolts, most of these are held in by clips, they just pop out. Be careful though, around the thin area, ie radio, a/c controls, they can break take your time. There are two screws above the instrument panel , that have to come out. also if you have the bezel that extends all the way across the dash, you will have a screw on each end to remove. Again be careful. You will have to tilt the steering wheel down as far as possible and if you have the shifter on the colimn, you will have to put it in first gear. Some of these bezels act like they wont come out, but they will. just bend them alittle. Look at what you have. take your time. Once you get the bezel off, then you can get to the component that your going after.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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