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    Before I start to fit my car kit and break clips etc, can anybody tell me how the fascia strip (that runs above the glovebox and radio) unclips?

    Do you pull it towards you? Upwards? How much force is needed?

    Just don't want to damage anything!

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    I just pulled from beneath and it pops out- held in by the same type of fasteners used on side pillar trim- wd40 sprayed on the push fasteners insitu may help to ease them a bit

    to refit just bashthe fascia back in with heel of hand

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    Thanks mate! I tried tugging it but couldn't get it to move so assumed there was something special you had to do.

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    what car kit are you fitting
    Wayne -

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    I've got a Nokia CARK91 with en EVO cradle for my 6230i that I took out of my 'B - managed to find my original VX carkit cable and discovered that I do have the factory fit loom (the stealer couldn't confirm so I whipped the glovebox out)

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    just open the glovebox and work from the passengers end to the steering wheel , just pops off as said

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    They can be stiff to pop the first one but once that's gone they get easier, start from passenger side with glove box open & fingers in from underneath.
    Lost count how many I've done & not broke one yet.

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    carefull mate famous last words ..... the ariel connectors on the golf /skoda radios is a goodun , loads of engineers have broke them through hamfistedness

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