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Old 08-24-2007, 04:17 PM
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Anyone have the service manual on DVD?

I wanted to see how to take the vent piece off of the dash up by the windshield. I dropped some change back there and it is rattling now.
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So....you want to remove the whole dash or just the vent?
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So....you want to remove the whole dash or just the vent?
Just that vent piece at the top. It looks like it's clipped on but I don't want to snap off anything in the process of removing it.
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I've got a simmiliar issue and need to remove the front center vents on my 2007 Navi.

Does anyone have instructions on how the vents come out?

While I was trying to get it out I accidently pushed the clock back into the dash so I need to get the vents out so I can clip the clock back in place as well.
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Try looking at the E Coastal Tech website for instructions on dismantling the dashboard. They have several video clips describing the procedure because you need to remove the dash to install their device.
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^^ Thanks, that was EXACTLY what I was looking for.
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