how to take the dash board out of camry 98

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Old 12 Jul 2006, 06:16 pm   #1 (permalink)
sonypony
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Default how to take the dash board out of camry 98

my son threw some pennies inside my audio system and i want to take it out,
can some one tell me how can i do it myself, i tried taking off all the
screws i can see but i could not remove the panel out,please help


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Old 12 Jul 2006, 07:20 pm   #2 (permalink)
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If i remember correctly the trim around should just snap off and then you
will see 4 screws that hold the radio in. BE CAREFEL with the trim it can
break quite easly
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> my son threw some pennies inside my audio system and i want to take it

out,
> can some one tell me how can i do it myself, i tried taking off all the
> screws i can see but i could not remove the panel out,please help
>
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Old 13 Jul 2006, 12:18 pm   #3 (permalink)
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thanks ck ,i was able to take it out and put it back in ,it works fine as
before.


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