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Cannot find all clips and screws to remove dash board from Hyundai SanteFe

I'm trying to install a new cd player and i can't seem to access all the clips and screws . Can't seem to find them either , i've got the panels beside the center console removed but that's where it stops .

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What kind of car please lot of time dash part have no screw just pressur clip you have to pull on it let me know

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