Remove the small screws that hold it.
Look under the panel where the dashlights are, there should be 2 screws.
fuel pump is under the rear passenger seat . when you remove the seat there will be a panel with four screws. remove the screws than panel to acesss fuel pump.
The screws that fasten the panels under the dash of a 1994 Chevy Lumina are Phillips screws. After you remove the screws, you will need to pry the panel off carefully since there are clips that also hold the panel on.
To change the heater control panel on a Mercedes C180, remove the radio and the two screws under the CCU panel. Pry off panel and remove the bracket.
The trim panel should be held on with screws around the edge. The instrument panel under that should be held in with screws also. Unhook the speedometer and the wires plugged into it.
3 Screws on the bottom of the panel, 1 screw under the operation panel on the arm, 1 screw under the mirror control switch, pop the panel off from the door and remove the electrical connectors.
NO, you need to remove wiper arms and remove about a dozen screws that take off the panel in front of the windshield, with panel off there 4 bolts that you remove under the panel and you have open room to get to the back plugs. It takes around 2 hours,
it is located under the glove box remove panel under glove box and the blower motor has three screws and two wires takes about 30 minutes
Under the steering column. You have to remove your hazard panel to get to 1 of the hidden screws. The hazard panel has 4 screws, 2 on the bottom and 2 behind the covers on the sides. You can then remove the plastic panel that matches your interior and it has roughly 6-8 screws (the one under the steering wheel at your knees when you sit in your car). When you remove that you then have to remove the big metal panel, but at this point you can see the module. It is a black box about 5 inches long 3 inches wide and 1 inch thick with 2 connectors going into it and 2 screws holding it in place to a metal stick. That itself is the main comfort control module. Takes 10-15 minutes to get to once you know where all the screws are.
I just did it....There is a panel that covers from the top pf the stereo to below the cup holder...there are 2 screws at the bottom of this panel...and two more screws going up under the top lip of the panel (philips)....Pull off the panel after you remove the screws....then there one screw under the stereo itself holding it back ( philips)....The just detach the wire harness and you're all set
there are screws in the mirror panel and under the arm rest and the rest are tabs that pull off
First, remove the screws from the bottom of the panel including the emergeny brake and hood release latch's. After all visable screws are removed pull straight out on the panel. It is attached with two pressure pins that align and hold the top tight.
The fuel pump relay is located under the dash on the passenger side. You will have to remove the lower dash panel. Start by removing the air/heat vent by popping the center of the vent out and there will be two screws (Torques head) holding the vent in place, once the screws are removed the vent will pop out. Remove the side panel around and covering the fuses open and remove the fuse panel door you will see three screws that hold the side panel under the side panel there are two screws. After the side panel and the two screws are removed there are three nuts (10mm) where the air/heat vent was once removed the under dash panel can be removed carefully. Once the panel is loose disconnect the light and the panel can be set aside, you will see a small black box you will have to remove the cover and it does not tell you which one of the relays is the fuel pump relay. Good Luck.
Panel clips at buttom and two screws under wood trim on straps and two under ash tray on door
ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT DR PANELS? if so you have screws that is cover up by small caps that is the same color that the dr panel is,remove and you will see the screws a long side of dr and under the dr panel. THE BLACK CAP by the mirror just pop off.There is a screw under the dr handler cover up by a cap remove with a small blade screw driver and the panel will come off. //
remove little plastic tabs on both side of switch panel. under will be 2 screws on each side. remove screws. pull out panel with switches press tabs to release switch.
Remove all the screws. (There are 2 under the "Close Door Handle" Then, simply lift up the panel. David
Pull the hazard light button pocket, and remove the philips screw behind it. Remove the two philips screws on the under side of the dash, immediately above the dash instrument panel, and pull the trim panel out. Remove the four philips screws securing the dash instrument panel, and pull the panel out.
Under pass dash remove panel with a couple screws
You have to remove the under steering wheel panel, the lower glove box, the gear shift panel and the panel the clock is in. Then remove screws on the side panels on each side of radio (lower) to allow the entire radio component to be removed. It is held by one screw behind clock and two screws at bottom under gear shift panel. Then slide it our carefully. Lot's of fun...
First, pry up the trim plate around the shifter. This will reveal two Phillips head screws at the base of the panel around the radio. Remove those two screws and two more screws that are right under the air vents in the panel. Pry the panel loose. There are 2 screws on each side of the radio holding the bracket that has the radio and storage pocket. Remove those. All that's left then is to remove the 4 torx screws that hold the radio to the bracket.
Remove the screws under the door handle on the door panel, and take off the trim plate. Then remove the door lock knob by untwisting it. Pull the door panel with a putty knife or door panel puller, removing any screws and disconnecting the wiring. Take speaker out by removing screws that should now be visible.
behind the small panel under the stering column. remove the 4 screws and it will come down, attached to the panel
On the door, where you would put your hand while closing the door, from the inside, there is a small plate that can be removed with a small screw driver. Under that plate is two (2) screws. Remove the screws and the panel can be removed. Good luck I had the same problem!!