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      08-31-2006, 09:12 PM   #1
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How to unclip Start Button and Vents from trim?

There are many people on the board that have replaced their interior trim, and from the DIY's I've found it looked pretty easy to do. However, there are no pictures included with the DIY's, so now I'm stuck. I'm trying to replace the trim piece that covers the Start Button, two center vents, and the passenger vent. I've successfully pried the trim off of the dash, but the vents and Start Button are all clipped to the trim.

How do you unclip these? It's not mentioned in any of the DIY's here. Also, there are wires that are attached to the Hazard Light button. How are those removed? I got the Start Button wires unclipped but that was it. Someone please help with a detailed explanation!

Or even better: anyone in San Diego done this? I'll pay you 20 bucks to do it for me!!!:rocks:
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i'm amazed no one has done a "change your trim" diy.
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Im changing my trim in a couple weeks too - Im in San Diego as well. Hopefully you figure it out first so mine is simpler!
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check out the DIY for TvandNav2go. xcalbr did a great write up..included removing the trim panel. just have to start on one side and pry along. unplug the harness for the start button and hazards...
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