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Dashboard the plactic shield is cracked where the hole for the reset knob is placed,do i need to take the whole dash apart to replace it or should i glue the crack.thats the shield that covers tack-speedometer,2005.

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I have a blazer..I would get some epoxy and dab some around the crack. I've taken the dash apart a couple times...it's YUCK!!

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