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2008-02-03 21:52:19
2008-02-03 21:52:19

You must remove the entire dashpad. Remove the fuse panel on the driver's side, there is a screw there. Also remove this panel on the passenger side, screw there too. Then several screws on top holding pad in. Sounds like a lot but not bad.

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