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Old 07-18-2019, 02:20 PM   #1
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Loose wire on rear camera monitor

I have located the loose wire that goes to the rear of the camera monitor in my front dash. When the monitor is working, it is a very good picture. But if I hit a bump, the monitor is black.

I can reach in behind the camera and jiggle the wire by accessing it through the right dash tray that is attached with Velcro. But there is not enough room for me to get in there and fix it.

Is there a way to remove the center black front dash, and remove it, without ripping out screws or damaging the hard plastic?
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I just remove the dash panel that contains the monitor and tighten up the wires. But my rig is older and simpler....
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Is there a way to remove the center black front dash, and remove it, without ripping out screws or damaging the hard plastic?

Yes, The whole piece has two studs embedded into it on the back through the dash flange with nuts . One on the right and one on the left (not sure if there were one or two per side. You'll know when you have them all because it will come out easily with everything attached).

First, the top of dash in front of passenger gets lifted off (flat top), then reach into the backside of the front panel until you can find the passenger side nut/s. Then reach up on the drivers side above the gas pedal to find the other side nut/s. I think mine were wingnuts.
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