Just done mine and the plastic case/frame is secured with clips all the way around. Remove the stand/bracket screws Place the panel on its top edge and look down on the underside join. You will see two small notches where you can get a pen knife/lever in. Dont poke in too far especially where the buttons are. Now lever the back off the front by leaning your knife/lever in the same direction as the screen front. Once you have the first clips free you can work all the way around in the same way taking care not to damage the plastic much.
I hope that helps someone else who is stuck like me at first and found this Q unanswered and eventually I decided I had nothing to loose lol. Regards
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If you explain exactly which harness you are looking for I can help. The picture is not helpful. The photo is clear enough to see wires but I can not tell what I am looking at. These are under the hood, the sun is out and I see the ground. I need to know what they go to. The repair manual will provide schematics for all the electrical wiring circuits. Please write back and include as many details as possible. The information I will provide will be itemized. I will also provide actual photos too. Good Luck.
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Do not rely on proper diagrams online for free. Please, i really suggest going to your local auto parts store and buying a Haynes or Chilton manual. They only cost $20 and will cover everything. Haynes isnt as detailed as chilton but has a really great troubleshooting section. Chilton doesnt have the troubleshooting section but is a lot more detailed while explaining the process of repair. Good luck! Please rate the solution if i was able to help :)
The front and rear of the case is held together with latch and hook type fasteners, this is how I cracked mine apart.Remove the 4 screws holding the stand on the back of monitor, start with either bottom corners and insert a flat head screwdriver or similar soft object such as a wooden popcicle stick into the crack and work your way up the side to the top, then across the bottom, and up other side to top, I then ease the case apart at the top with no effort.