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Removing the instrument panel
« on: 11 July 2006, 12:54:36 »

Remove the two centre air vents (I use a couple of butter knives) by levering gently on either end of them to pop them out, some times made easier by pointing the vents fully down.

Remove the two screws exposed once the vents are removed and extract the vent assembly.

Remove the screw securing the left had end of the instrument panel.

Tilt the steering wheel fully down (on non adjustable columns you need to remove the upper steering wheel cowl by removing the screws which can be accessed with the steering wheel in the 9 Oclock and then 3 Oclock positions) and then remove the screw securing the bottom of the instrument panel.

Grasp the left had end of the panel and pull forward, then reach in behind to release the MID/TID/GID/CID connector(s) (the grey type connector has a cam locking system which needs to be release and rotated through 90 degress, the yellow type connector has a black plastic lock which needs to be slid outwards).

The panel then simply pops out.
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