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Dash Panel around the audio unit and climate controls PLEASE HELP!!!

The head unit went out in my 1998 Chevy Malibu and i can't figure out how to take the panel around the audio unit off so i can replace the audio unit with a new head unit

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Just pull on it its pressure clips that hold that no screws when its gonna be off you gonna have to remove the electric connector to lighter 4 bolt easy job dont be afraid to pull on panel hope its a fix for you and a fixya rating for me thank you pierre if any other question about malibu or mechanical dont hesitate ask a expert pierre235

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