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post #1 of 10 Old 11-29-2007, 03:01 PM Thread Starter
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cracked dash pad replacement

the dash pad on the passengers side of my dash (over top of my CD player running across the dash) is cracked. ive seen these replacement sections on eBay, but cant seem to figure out how to take it out to replace it. do you have to take the whole dash apart? thanks
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post #2 of 10 Old 12-06-2007, 10:26 PM Thread Starter
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no one else had this problem?
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Honestly I have never replaced one. If it were me I would pull the glove box and see if I could look up at the bottom and see how it is attached.

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mine is starting to split too ill look around for a replacement

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what year is your truck? if it is 92-97 there are like 6 or 8 10 mm nuts i beilive and they are kind of a pain to get to, you have to take out your radio and your glove box to get to them.
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Mine has a crack too, but if it is that hard I think I will just put a dash mat on it.


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i keep mine shiny and protected! i would just get a dash cover and forget it they are tough to replace on them!!

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yea, its a 97. i think i can live with the cracks instead of pulling the radio and glove box. thanks.
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no problem, i figure out by mistake trying to get the stock radio out of my 92 and believe me its a pain to loosen all those nuts.
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i dont like the cracks on mine i want a new one to

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