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    My son was helping me clean the inside of the care, turned away for a split second and looked round to see that one of the slats on the centre heating vents was now missing. Its still there but looks like its come away from the mechanism so when I close the vent there is this little gap at the bottom. I want to try and fix this hopefully if there isnt anything broken inside, can anyone give advice on how to remove the vents? Thanks

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    Open the passenger door and remove the trim that runs along the dash, give a good yank, should start to come away , there are screws under neath that, once you remove the screws the heating vents come out, should allow you to sort it

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    thanks spenny

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    Had a go earlier at removing the trim, is there a knack, all I got was an almost cracking sound and it wouldnt nudge,

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    you gotta start from the passenger side 1st a slight tug should pull the trim away
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    and open your glove box, dont be scared to give it a good pull ( as i say to the mrs )

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    Quote Originally Posted by spennny View Post
    and open your glove box, dont be scared to give it a good pull ( as i say to the mrs )
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    Iv'e got spare slats in the boot of my car so if you want some to fix your's just send me a pm with your details and i will send some over for free !

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    Ignore
    Last edited by 123yka; 13th January 2010 at 21:17. Reason: Started own thread

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