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03-19-2012 09:42 PM
cavsvet74 The bottom panel of the center stack will pry off. Use a thin flat screwdriver or something similar. The top of the dash will pry up at the back and slide off the front. Those will expose 4 screws/bolts you can remove. Then pull foreward to release the clips that hold the rest of it in place.

Good luck
03-19-2012 08:48 PM
srwscott
trying to open the dash

can anyone help me with this i am trying to open the dash on a wrangler 2008 (i want access to the radio). i was told to pry off the center panels...but thats not enough info i dont want to ruin something. please help
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