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need some advice on removing what looks like an aftermarket dash pad. can't tell if it replaces the original or just covers over the original??? thanks
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A replacement pad would feel somewhat more spongy than a shell. A shell will feel like, well like a hard plastic shell. If it's a shell, you will find that is is glued onto the original pad with adhesive. You will probably destroy the pad when you try to take it off.
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thanks for the reply, i finally found three bolts that were way up under the dash near the top,need long arms, once i unscrewed the nuts bingo the whole thing came off!!
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