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Old 04-30-2011, 07:43 PM   #1
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Cool Tuscany heater/air conditioning panel loose

How is rear of panel accessed? There is removable dash panel over instruments but cannot se/access heater controls because rearview tv in the way.
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How is rear of panel accessed? There is removable dash panel over instruments but cannot se/access heater controls because rearview tv in the way.

sit down your going to be upset
the panel is held on with four velcro to glued washers with threaded stems.
if your careful you can work a plastic knife at each corner to release the velcro grip, its a weird type of velcro in stiffness
most likely the tab that is glued to the back of the panel will come unglued and sty on the threaded stem
once you get the panel off you can re glue the grip part back to the panel
and then re-tighten the the stemmed part.
BUT if yours is like mine it will still be less than snug against the dash.

Also if you pry up teh big cover on the front side of the dash, you may be able with a mirro see the back of the panel and get a better idea what your dealing with,
the large panel on the front of the dash will pop up pretty easy , i use a plastic knife to get a corner loose then it just pops off

hope it helps
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