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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 09-15-2013, 07:31 PM
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I painted mine in place just taped it up....

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post #22 of 27 (permalink) Old 01-26-2014, 05:31 PM
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i used this as a guide yesterday when i took off all the interior pieces for my car as i am sending them off to get dipped, good work and very descriptive, geez the ring on the passenger side was a biatch to remove LOL
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Any info on how to get the actual dash out?

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Yes you r right we used krylon fusion and it worked awesome we did all the pillars if anyone would like to see pics let me know
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I registered just so I could say thank you to the op. My air flow selector knob has been stuck since May of 2016 and I took the dash apart with these instructions and fixed it saving myself untold hours of dealing with the dealership and who knows how many dollars. OP, you're a saint.
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Ditto what Sig said--thanks to the OP!!

My airflow selector is also stuck in the left half side of the dial and won't go past the top of the dial. It doesn't appear to be the dial selector itself, almost like something blocking the internal baffle. Maybe a linkage has come off inside, or maybe the nine-year-old dropped something down the defroster vent?? :-)
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