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Where are the screws to remove the interior panel on a Dodge Neon 2002?

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2015-07-17 17:46:36
2015-07-17 17:46:36
Helpful InfoWhich interior panel? A Door Panel, The Dash, Center Console, etc.? The Haynes or Clifton Repair Manuals from auto parts stores, such as AutoZone are good source of information. They are about $18 and if they do not have it at the store they can order them and they arrive pretty quick at the store. I own the Haynes Repair Manual for the Dodge/Plymouth Neon 2000 thru 2003.

http://neons.org/howtos/door/

** I have a feeling you are looking to remove your dash panel, as to replace the stereo. There are only two screws holding the panel on, and they are hidden. the two vents above your heater controls should pop out, and behind each one you will find one screw. it is a standard #2 Philips head screw.

now, before tugging on your dash panel, you will want to remove your climate control knobs. if you don't, they will probably become projectiles, or even worse they may break. Finally gently tug on the panel, starting from the top where you rmoved the screws down to the bottom.

With the dash off you will see there are two - four more of the same type of screws holding on your radio.

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