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Old 05-26-2012, 11:36 PM   #1
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Removing a/c vents from dash...?

I Have a 2002 TA and was wondering if anyone know how to get the vents removed from the dash?
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I Have a 2002 TA and was wondering if anyone know how to get the vents removed from the dash?
The ac/heater vents ? I believe They just pull out. And held in by retainer clips.
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Big F'n hammer.
No really try a flat head jeweler's screwdriver.
That's how I got my Camaro ones out. Just be VERY careful it sucks trying to find decent used ones
When you do get them out if they seem loose around the place where they sit in, the soft side of Velcro works great.
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Thanks. There were retaining clips
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