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Old 05-29-2001, 11:54 AM
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Removing Wood Won't Help...

You can either gently pry the switches out with a small thin blade screwdriver, prying from the top and bottom of each switch alternately, or remove the entire switch panel. I would remove the panel to be safe.

To do it, you need to first remove the radio and the cage the radio sets in. Then, there are two small phillips head screws that hold the panel in that are located underneath the bottom of the panel, above where the radio was. You will then have to open the ashtray, and the panel will scoot down, and can then be removed with the cables still attached to the switches. You can then remove the cables and the fibre optic wires from the switches, which will allow you to remove the switches from the panel, and glue the wood back down to the metal plate that backs it.

[Edited by longston on 05-29-2001 at 09:45 PM]
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