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    Okay, guys,

    How the hell do you remove the heater panel in the central console.

    I need to remove it to put a dashmount in.......

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    this is how i have done this pull the little tray below the heater controls out then you get in to the heater controls this way then just pull them out towards the gear stick they all just pull out with a quick tugg hope this helps
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    Don't forget to pull out your cigerette lighter first or you'll be there all day trying to remove that tray.

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    Cheers Guys,

    Really is easy ain't it.

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    ye it is did you get your mount in ok

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    Yeap, So easy........ looks good now with the Dension FM ICE-LINK installed....

    My first mod so to speak

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