I cannot get my head unit out of the dashboard in my 2001 hyundai accent. it is too big to slide out so i need to take the face of the dashboard off. i took out the screws beneath the cup holder but it is still stuck
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if it only does it when you start the engine or turn off the engine, its a big possibility that the exhaust is catching the tank or chassis. pop your head under the car and get someone to start it, you should see the problem. hope this helps and make sure car is in neutral before you start.
Most of the time if you pull on the inside door panel just a little the clips which hold the door panel onto the door will be exposed. Then be careful, because usually these clips are plastic and chinsy, slide a flat tool directly at the clip and pop them off one at a time. Once you get two or three of them off, it is a peice of cake.
Remove the Phillips-head screws and the 10mm bolts that attach the glove box insert to the dash. Pull the release tabs on the glove box door travel stops and release the glove box door from the glove box. Slide the glove box insert out. Remove the lower dash trim panel on the passenger side of the dashboard.Remove the old HEPA filter by depressing the locking tabs on the filter cover located on the front of the plastic evaporator case located directly behind the glove box. Then slide the filter carefully, out and down, to prevent knocking the dust that has been captured by the filter into the evaporator case or onto the carpet.Install the new filter by sliding the new filter into the evaporator case. The new filter is labeled to indicate the direction it should be installed into the evaporator. Push it completely into the case, and close the cover until the latches snap into place.Reinstall the glove box insert and attach it to the dashboard using the original screws and bolts. Insert the door travel stops into their slots and push the door closed. The stops will automatically snap into place. Reinstall the lower dashboard trim to complete the project.
In front of the passenger seat,inside the vehicle, under the dashboard, behind the glove compartment, I'm not sure on an Accent wether you access it through the passenger compartment or from the engine compartment. Good luck !