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Old 02-20-2012, 04:10 PM
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02 Dash removal

Hey guys i know this is something ill figure out as i go along but wont hurt to ask,,,,,, im swapping out my 02 gray dash for a black 07 and was wondering if theres any hidden screwe, etc!! So far ive pulled out front dash bezel, under dash, glove box, cluster and A and B pillar,, trucks been sitting like that but ill be finishing it up on sun!! I know steering column must be dropped so im pretty much set but any little advise wont hurt!!! Thanks guys!
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Old 02-21-2012, 07:03 AM
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Sometime ago, a member here posted this picture. I don't know if it helps, but I Liked It!
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Old 02-21-2012, 07:08 AM
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Thanku it does help!!
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Not as easy as it looks!

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cant wait to see this finished and hear how hard it was! I am wanting to pull mine out to paint it black.
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cant wait to see this finished and hear how hard it was! I am wanting to pull mine out to paint it black.
Pics will be up late tonite,,,, took me about an hr to pull out so lets see how long to put in and wire a few things up!
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Old 02-22-2012, 06:25 AM
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the ac duct screws and those 2 at the bottom of the a pillars that all go in from the back are a pain. i just yanked mine since i was ditching the 04 dash for the 06 anyways. re install was alot easier for me.
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So air ducts are different??? 02 ducts wont work with my 06-07 dash?? Look the same to me!!
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nope. your gonna have to remove both arm pieces and the center section.

the passenger side is similar but larger duct and the driver is larger duct and different location on the vent to the left of the radio

also the newer metal frame has two pieces used to hold the radio in. if you dont have them it works (like mine) but just not screwed into anything. to hold it
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nope. your gonna have to remove both arm pieces and the center section.

the passenger side is similar but larger duct and the driver is larger duct and different location on the vent to the left of the radio

also the newer metal frame has two pieces used to hold the radio in. if you dont have them it works (like mine) but just not screwed into anything. to hold it
Damn,,,,, well i have the 06-07 dash complete still mounted on metal frame with ducts and all but looks like itll be soo much more work to install!!! Hmmmm now im at a stand still lol,,,, what to do what to do :-(
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