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I am looking on how to remove the top triple gauge "covers"? I searched the DIY section and could not find anything. Is it there and I am just unable

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Old 01-29-2011, 07:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am looking on how to remove the top triple gauge "covers"? I searched the DIY section and could not find anything. Is it there and I am just unable to use the search function correctly or has anyone done this yet that can possibly show me how?...
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I think you push down & slide toward u. Whatever you do, don't just pull up on them, they will break.
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Thanks Jon!! Will give it a try today.
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While your at it create a DiY, and post it for others to follow? It will be appreciated in the future.
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I broke one while pulling it off. The service manual wasn't very helpful cause the paw and tabs were not in the locations indicated. I used 3M mounting tape. No issue. Just yank it off gently and don't worry, I guess.. this is for the 3 guages on the dash, not cluster..
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