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Removing Stereo Dash Panel

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by FunWheelDrive, Feb 13, 2009.

  1. FunWheelDrive

    FunWheelDrive [OP] Member

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    Hey, can you guys give me any tips for removing the dash area around the stereo? I couldn't see any screws except for something on the bottom and i don't want to pull till it breaks. Any tips or tricks? Thanks

    It's a 99 Tacoma.
     
  2. FunWheelDrive

    FunWheelDrive [OP] Member

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  3. tmantstud

    tmantstud High Mileage Work

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    First pull all the knobs off of the A/C Climate Control section, then remove the black plastic piece behind them. The will be 2-4 screws I forgot how many. Take them out carefully so as not to drop them behind the panel. Then at the bottom of the center console there is a plastic skirt type piece that needs to be pulled off(there are two plastic mounting pieces one on each side). Then pull off the entire plastic console( it may take some force but it will be ok). Then you will have full access to your stereo. Hope this helps
    Tmantstud
     
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