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Old 07-17-2007, 10:52 AM   #1
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I GOT RID OF MY HATCH AND GOT A MOTORCYCLE SO I CANT TAKE NEW PICS SO....... I MADE ONE.




First off take the steering wheel off its not hard you only take out 2 star screws on the side of the wheel.

When those are out take out the airbag and unplug it.

When that is out then take out the large bolt in the middle.


Then the blinker switch and the windsheild wiper switch comes out but you have to unscrew 2 screws and take a flathead stick it here.



now take out the section where the cigarrette plug in is(4 screws 2 on top and 2 on the side)Take out the screw wen off


Then take out the glove box which is not hard there is like 4 screws.


You will need to take out the speed ometer.

Now on the top of the dash(middle) is that vent thing. pop that off with a flathead from the side. When off take out the screw(I think they are all 10 mm or maybe 12mm)


Now to take out the passenger air bag when the glove bx is out look under there and you will see 6 bolts that need to be taken out.


take out your stereo, unplug the wires on the driverside underdash fuse box.

Now work the dash board off and unscrew or unplug anything holding back.

now on both sides there are screws under the caps.



Now work the dash board off and unscrew or unplug anything holding back.

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Sick writeup!! I was looking for one....Good job

PS:Nice sandals :-p
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i new somebody would see those. i live in oregon and its pissin rain outside. well somebody needed help so put on my gals sandles and took a few snaps
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thx bro, as soon as i get some more money... i'm gonna go get a black interior from a salvage yard. hopefully this write up will help out. anyway u can give more info on taking off the steering wheel?
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THIS IS HUGE before you unhook the air bag plugs you must disconnect the neg battery terminal and wait 5 mins or longer. It is now safe to unplug the air bags make sure you install the safety jumper to keep the air bag from being set off be accident.
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o ya forgot you must unhook your battery and to take off the steering wheel there are side plastic peices that come off and there are star screws on each side that you unscrew when the are out take out the center of our steering wheel(airbag) unhook the plug and the take out the huge bolt on your steering wheel(Not hard to miss) Then its off
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THIS IS HUGE before you unhook the air bag plugs you must disconnect the neg battery terminal and wait 5 mins or longer. It is now safe to unplug the air bags make sure you install the safety jumper to keep the air bag from being set off be accident.
Damn it, i was going to type that too but my internet went down and when it went back up i forgot. But yea be very careful or it will activate on your *** and knock you out for like 5 minutes.
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is that a jdm climate control?

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Should sticky this. By the way, how what does the safety jumper look like? Can't you just unplug the srs plug underneath the dash?
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get a 4 puck clutch and some motor mounts and launch ! ur dash will come right off ! b carefull might land in ur lap ! Click the image to open in full size.
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Should sticky this. By the way, how what does the safety jumper look like? Can't you just unplug the srs plug underneath the dash?
It should be attached to the access panel on the bottom of the steering wheel . open that panel disconnect the yellow plug remove the red plug from the panel and insert into the air bag plug
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didn't know there was a red plug there...hummm, I'll go check. Thanks. Click the image to open in full size.
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Thanks for the write up. Now I don't have to break things taking out my dash Click the image to open in full size.
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FYI: you do not have to remove the guage cluster and bezel in order to remove dash.
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coooll... but the pics are down. can you put em back up?
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I added it to the FAQ, get your pictures working.

If you need somebody to get 'em hosted for ya PM me.
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pics don't work Click the image to open in full size. can someone correct links?
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someone correct the pic links please.....
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Can someone fix the pics? This would be a great write up if there were working pics...
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hey can you redo your pic?? it would help out alot! thanks. Click the image to open in full size. Click the image to open in full size. Click the image to open in full size.
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