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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-05-03, 09:27 PM Thread Starter
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AU Dash removal with airbags

I have a series 3 AU with drivers and passenger airbags and i need to take the dash out. Has anyone done it ? or know how to do it ? I'm not concerned about getting an airbag to the head the cost of getting them reset is what scares me. I took the dash out of my ED no worries however this task looks a bit harder. Any ideas anyone?
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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-05-03, 09:40 PM
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Passanger air bag is easy, just 4 nuts you can feel for once you drop the glove box, no need to worry about the driver air bag..


Ive pulled the fuse on my S2 a couple of times while working on and behind the dash without any hassles!
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Yeah i have the gregory's work manual and it has a detailed picture of how to pull the dash apart. I can scan it if you want.
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post #4 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-06-03, 05:41 AM Thread Starter
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So do you take the airbags out first ? XR6MAN if you could scan and email me the details it would be a great help also greatly appreciated. Email to daniel289@bigpond.com.au. thanks.
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Question larko 10, why do you need to get the dash out?
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I would disconnect the bat before anything.
 
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mbrown42 it has to come out as part of a project i am working on. All will be revealed.
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IM going to have to go and buy a new scanner, give me about 2 hours and hopefully ill be able to give you the stuff you need.
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gee you can hardly say that XR6MAN isnt tryin to help you out!! hehe


p.s. LARKO 10 - cheque for new scanner is in the mail! j/k

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Ok went and got a new HP scanner and i have scanned the information you require, check your email in about 10 minutes Larko and reply to me if you got them, otherwise ill be happy to send them again.
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