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      01-05-2013, 11:20 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Otruba_843 View Post
alright thanks, only thing im afraid of doing is breaking the trim piece. I know you start on the steering wheel side but any more specific on what places to pry from? Im so pissed I cant find my legos in my house from when I was a little kid. They have to be somewhere
That's one of the easiest piece of trim to remove. Almost impossible tp break the trim or pins. Just take your time and be gentle. It'll come off just fine.
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