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    Before I rip my dash apart does anyone know an easy way to route wires from my 12v power socket upto the top of my dash like where the screen demister vents are? Is rather not drill any holes in the dash board or have to remove the whole thing for access!

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    Carefully prise off the dashboard trim piece (the plastic strip that runs along the top of the glovebox and above the stereo), then remove the 4 torx screws to remove the centre vents/display. It should give you access ,but I don't know how much, to the underside of the dash.

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    As said above, all off the parts just pull outward from housing, eg tray above ash tray, heating controls. once you have the tray out put hand behind heating controls and push foward and unclip wiring. then you have plenty of room to feed wire's up to the top.

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    Thanks guys I'll have a go over the weekend!

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