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How do you remove the instrument bezel cover on the dashboard to remove the radio on a 2004 Suzuki Forenza?


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2015-07-15 20:07:05
2015-07-15 20:07:05

This is a difficult task and takes patience. First you must disconnect the temperature control cable underneath the dash just to the right of the center console. This is done by removing a 7mm bolt using a 7mm boxend wrench. Then you must then unhook the cable downwards from its side mounting.If you look very closely at the bottom of the plastic bezel you will notice 2 small slots where you use a small slotted screwdriver to start prying the bezel off working your way upward. It is almost impossible not to scratch the dashboard under the bezel. The metal retaining clips will start falling from behind the dash, so it would be helpful if you had a magnet to retrieve them even if you don't end up re-using them.

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The instrument bezel cover on the dash is removed by gently coaxing it out of the space. On the 2006 Suzuki Forenza, this part is not glued, screwed, or clipped in. Use a flat screwdriver around the edges to remove it.

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You remove a few bolts to remove the entire headlight assembly. There is a video on YouTube on exactly this. Do a search for Forenza Replace.

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http://www.suzuki-forums.com/interiors-exteriors/19175-cd-player-dash-clips.html#post96002

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remove glove box (5 screws). Module is directly to the right of the radio.

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I need to know also. My dashboard instrument cluster lights are out and can't see the speedometer.


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