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post #1 of 8 Old 06-12-2009, 03:57 PM Thread Starter
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how do u remove the whole thing from the dash one under the radio mines all dirty and i was gonna clean it,i removed the 2 7mm screws n still cant figure it out
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Uh in my truck I just pull it out...

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Did you get the screws from underneath?

You have to pull the ash tray, then there are two from the bottom, unless those were the ones you were talking about.

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I dont have to take any screws out at all. I just grab the cup holder and pull it out...

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I dont have to take any screws out at all. I just grab the cup holder and pull it out...
The early ones will come out like that. I'm pretty sure they aren't supposed to. But then again they don't hold a cup like they are supposed to either. Like said earlier you take out the ash tray, and look up. there are screws in there.

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hmm i'll have to check that. i thought it should came out that way lol

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Mine is like that to hehe !
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there are 4 screws holding cup holder in , no fun


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