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    Dash removal

    I want to paint mine but don't want to force anything.

    There is also a rattle behind the dash I need to find.

    Anybody pulled the dash yet?

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    I asked my service guy how to do it for the possibly of doing the very same thing you are talking about. First you need to pry off the bezel around the AC controls. The flat part that surrounds them. Underneath that you will find two 25 torx screws. Then open the glove box, inside there you will find under the air vent another 25 torx screw. Remove the three screws and simply and gently pry the cover off. That takes care of the right side. Now you won't belive the left it just needs to be gently pryed off. There are clips only on that side. Wish I had pictures I haven't done it as of yet. Still only a thought in the back of my head. Hope this helps. Service tech said it was easy to remove.

    I would recomend a soft pry tool made out of plastic so that you don't scratch anything. Just a note.

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    Thanks.

    I was most of the way there but did not find the glovebox screw. I think the needed tool is a bone tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike S View Post
    I want to paint mine but don't want to force anything.

    There is also a rattle behind the dash I need to find.

    Anybody pulled the dash yet?
    Speaking of Dashes etc; has anyone Armoralled Dash or anything else inside?
    So far i've just used a clean damp rag to wipe things down.
    I'm afraid to do anything else, don't want to do wrong thing and end up with a mess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doodles View Post
    Speaking of Dashes etc; has anyone Armoralled Dash or anything else inside?
    So far i've just used a clean damp rag to wipe things down.
    I'm afraid to do anything else, don't want to do wrong thing and end up with a mess.
    I'd love some advice on this too. I keep seeing dust and the doors are a bit tacky. If H2O is the way to go, fine.

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    NOW my Prima is the way God intended. With dash matching the body. Makes the interior really pop. And of course I still have my gray Prima dash with 499-500 number affixed. It is tucked away and can be reinstalled in about 45 minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjmst View Post
    NOW my Prima is the way God intended. With dash matching the body. Makes the interior really pop. And of course I still have my gray Prima dash with 499-500 number affixed. It is tucked away and can be reinstalled in about 45 minutes.
    Very nice there Sam!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjmst View Post
    NOW my Prima is the way God intended. With dash matching the body. Makes the interior really pop. And of course I still have my gray Prima dash with 499-500 number affixed. It is tucked away and can be reinstalled in about 45 minutes.
    Hi Sam,

    Great to meet you at the show last week!

    The dash is looking good, I love the glossy finish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjmst View Post
    NOW my Prima is the way God intended. With dash matching the body. Makes the interior really pop. And of course I still have my gray Prima dash with 499-500 number affixed. It is tucked away and can be reinstalled in about 45 minutes.
    That looks awesome, i may do that myself. The only thing though is that i like having the numbered badge on the car, wonder if it would come off and glue on the new dash easily enough?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rossonero404 View Post
    That looks awesome, i may do that myself. The only thing though is that i like having the numbered badge on the car, wonder if it would come off and glue on the new dash easily enough?
    Thanks all, and Chris good to see you as well. Thanks again for this great site.

    Yes, the numbered badge can be removed and placed on the colored dash. It is secured with pressure tabs. I didn't swap that out because I really like the chrome 500 logo as is. I am actually having a 1/2 scale copy of the numbered badge made for $90. I intend to affix that to the glove box door. I will let you know how that turns out.

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