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Removing Front Dome Light cover


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#1 OFFLINE   larrylwill

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Posted 26 April 2014 - 06:49 PM

Before I wreck someting does anyone know how to remove the front dome light cover? I need to get to 12v to hook up the auto dimming mirrow I just put in.

 









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#2 OFFLINE   larrylwill

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Posted 04 July 2014 - 06:39 PM

Well I found the console is held in by side plastic clops. Slide a putty knife in the front and push back then you can lower the front, then go around starting at the front pushing with the putty knife until you can get one side down then the other side. Not too hard to do though. I can tell you there are NO switched 12v in the console, there is 12V and ground but its always on. You have to run a wire from under the dash to get a switched 12V up there. You can follow the window post and tuck it under the window rubber as well as the door rubber and under the front of the headliner. Again not hard just use a small wire. So now I have my auto dimming mirror installed.


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