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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-16-05, 04:01 AM Thread Starter
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Removing the icc unit

I need some help with removing the icc unit, firstly is there any chance with stuffing anything if i do, is it really that fragile like everyone is telling me, and also any help on how to do it would be much appreciated....


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Re: Removing the icc unit

never mind guys i figured it out, just undo the screws and the 4 wiring harnesses at the bettom and wha laa, ur car is immobile, hehe...so any help needed i have the experience...

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Re: Removing the icc unit

were u abel to see the dash globes and or change them

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nah you cant, thats a cluster on its own

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