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Old 02-28-2011, 08:50 PM
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Dust inside the plastic guard

Hey guys I was wondering if anyone would mind telling or showing me how to remove the plastic guard from the dash. I have a 5th Gen, there is just so much dust back there would like to get rid of it. Thank you in advance.
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Re: Dust inside the plastic guard

remove two screws in the upper part of the cluster cover, pull off cover, remove four screws holding in cluster, pull cluster out and unplug connectors then remove cluster and then unclip the clear plastic cover, clean, reassemble.
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okay sounds easy thanks.
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INT: 5th gen - Silver Gauge Bezels

oh, and this doesnt belong under DIY btw
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