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Old 01-16-2018, 08:16 AM
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L99 Power Point in dash??

Mine has come loose. Even the slide up door. How do I tighten it all up?

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Old 01-16-2018, 10:40 AM
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My dash is sitn on the workbench. I'll check it out when I get home... About an hr, Cab
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Old 01-17-2018, 08:06 AM
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My dash is sitn on the workbench. I'll check it out when I get home... About an hr, Cab
Thanks Timmy!! Appreciate it!! Just hope I don't have to pull the whole dash to fix it.....Lol!
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Thanks Timmy!! Appreciate it!! Just hope I don't have to pull the whole dash to fix it.....Lol!
I have an aftermarket radio but pulling the dash in mine takes all of about a minute. It's just snapped in there, pull back and disconnect switches and off it comes. Oh, I do have my steering column cover off and I pull the shifter **** off to make it easier.
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I have an aftermarket radio but pulling the dash in mine takes all of about a minute. It's just snapped in there, pull back and disconnect switches and off it comes. Oh, I do have my steering column cover off and I pull the shifter **** off to make it easier.
Agreed, block your back wheels so you can put the shifter in 1, then you can lower the steering wheel which gives you a bit more area to move the dash.
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Old 01-17-2018, 10:31 AM
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There's absolutely no way to remove the dash, with a double din in there. Trust me, I felt the agony, lol....Supercab, I ain't lying but I forgot. After leaving the dealership for vsm programming, I hit my bros shop. There is when I realized the hpop leak. I'm heading v out in garage now to start upping things apart. I'll have a pic/write up shortly, boss...
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There's absolutely no way to remove the dash, with a double din in there. Trust me, I felt the agony, lol....Supercab, I ain't lying but I forgot. After leaving the dealership for vsm programming, I hit my bros shop. There is when I realized the hpop leak. I'm heading v out in garage now to start upping things apart. I'll have a pic/write up shortly, boss...
No emergency Timmy, your leak needs to be fixed first-WAY more important than my Power Point.
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IIRC they are held in by three screws. One of mine ended up snapping the threaded portion off, so I had to glue it back in place.
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Yo Cab.. Ok, like idi mentioned, there 3 screws. From the looks of it, if one of the "prongs" that holds the PowerPoint secure, is damaged, then I can see the "slider" being compromised. Other than that, looks to be a 1 unit deal. Possibly a screw can weaken the assy as well...
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Yo Cab.. Ok, like idi mentioned, there 3 screws. From the looks of it, if one of the "prongs" that holds the PowerPoint secure, is damaged, then I can see the "slider" being compromised. Other than that, looks to be a 1 unit deal. Possibly a screw can weaken the assy as well...
Thanks!! I'll dig into it then.
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