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***This is what it looks like in the "new" dash kit***
The original is setup the exact same way. Notice the two screws connected to the dash piece. Just below these screws are plastic snap tabs. There are two more on the bottom side of the unit. The easiest way to remove this unit from the original dash application is to place a small flat screwdriver in-between the unit and the snap and pry up gently. Be careful not to break any of the plastic parts!!!
Hazard Switch and Passenger Restraint Lights Removal

Hazard Switch and Passenger Restraint Lights Removal



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Registered: January 2007
Location: San Antonio, TX
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***This is what it looks like in the "new" dash kit***
The original is setup the exact same way. Notice the two screws connected to the dash piece. Just below these screws are plastic snap tabs. There are two more on the bottom side of the unit. The easiest way to remove this unit from the original dash application is to place a small flat screwdriver in-between the unit and the snap and pry up gently. Be careful not to break any of the plastic parts!!!
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