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Old 02-03-2007, 14:40   #1 (permalink)
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center of dash in au

hi guys mate of mine has a 99 Au and needs to take the center pod out of the dash is it screwed in or just on clips so that you can pop it out thanks guys
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Re: center of dash in au

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If it is a series 1 AU, you need to remove the radio (need the radio pins for that) and the ashtray. There'll be one screw on each side of the radio and 2 behind the ashtray. After that, disconnect the temp regulator cable from the heater (easy to get to after you remove the glovebox) and pull it forward. I think there are 6 or 8 clips around the edges.
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