OK, just paid $7 for this one to learn how to remove the radio/CD/cassette player.
1. lift upon the cover on the center arm console. 2. It starts here, pull UP on the cover/panel over the "parking break" releasing all the holding clips, pull the cover off/over the parking break and set to the side, 3. The next panel to come off is the one over the gear ship (you are now working your way up towards the clock), again gently release all the holding clips, 4. Remove the ashtray, 5. From the bottom of the clock/climate control/entertainment console pull away from the bottom going up, again gently releasing all the holdling clips.
If your LED digital clock has stopped working or is exhibiting intermittent or blank display, this is a fairly common problem with LED digital clocks of Japanese auto makers. Many of them have clock modules that show similar symptoms over a period of time. Just be sure that the cigarette lighter is functional, if it is not then it is the fuse which controls both.
If you can remove the clock yourself, you can have it refurbished at a decent price at www.Subaru-clock.com or on eBay from a variety of vendors.
4" in the dash and 5.25" in the rear panels, rumor has it that you can fit up to a 6.5" in those rear panels or a 6x9" with some trimming.
The dash lights on a 93 Toyota 4Runner are replaced by removing the dash trim and panels. When the dash internals are exposed, the individual bulbs can then be replaced.
Rear window relay is inside the pillar on drivers side - its easiest if you remove th rear passenger interior side panels
In order to remove the radio unit, you need to unbolt the radio. The bolts are concealed by the dashboard's trim panels.
There are three fuse panels in the Toyota Avalon 95
Fixing the rocker panels on a 1995 Chevy Corsica will not compromise the frame. Fixing this will help the vehicle last longer as far as rust goes.
there are small panels in the back of the runner.Open the tailgate look side to side.The panels should pop out.There are the wires
Trim Panels refer to interior panels that cover the doors as well as below the dashboard area. Generally used to hide unsightly components.
Please specify. Do you really want to remove the entire dashboard, or do you want to remove one or both of the two trim panels
One on each side of the dashboard. And one under the hood.
yes it will,but you will have to change the door panels as well
To replace the front speakers in a Toyota Sienna the door panels must first be removed. With the door panels removed the speakers will be easily accessible and the mounting screws can be loosen. Unplug the speakers and remove them. Install the new speakers.
You don't need to remove front door panels, the speaker grills come out.
Push the center of the upper dash up towards the windshield. The two side panels can then be lifted up from the center. The lower panels of the dash are attached by Torx screws which can be removed as well.
Under the hood, Driver and passenger side kick panels
You need to remove the instrument cluster or control panels you want to work on to get access to the bulb holders.
There are three nuts holding the strut to the body. Get access by removing panels under the dashboard. Getting a wrench or a socket to get to the nuts is a challenge. The wheel needs to come out, and a brake line needs to be disconnected. Replacing the strut itself requires a heavy duty spring compressor.
There are fender repair panels that can be used to replace a fender. You would have to find one specific for your model of car. That option might be overkill, though, as it might be cheaper to just fix the dent without fixing the whole thing.
When ripping out the interior of a Colonial Hyundai, a person should ensure that the proper tools are used so the interior maintains its true form. You should take care not to damage the door panels, or panels of the dashboard.
no, they are not but the body panels all attach via body bolts(including the rear fenders.
You need to purchase or borrow a factory repair manual and follow it step by step to avoid breaking something that may not be able to be repaired short of replacement. Leaving any part of your dashpad or panels unsecured leads to improper fit and annoying rattles and vibration noises.
No year is give in the question. Try under the rear floor mat and pull-up floor panels.
pretty sure google is the place you wannna go.Or yahoo. whatever tickles your pickle i guess