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    Default Vitz dashboard disassemble help required

    Looking to disassemble my dashboard of 2010 model vitz for DIY, if anyone has any has any guide or info please share


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    For what work you want to open dashboard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_umairr View Post
    Looking to disassemble my dashboard of 2010 model vitz for DIY, if anyone has any has any guide or info please share


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    What kind of DIY bro?

    its recommended to please not mess up with dashboard, as it cannot be fitted as original again. and it will eventually gives you squeeking sounds, specially in winters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by us000 View Post
    What kind of DIY bro?

    its recommended to please not mess up with dashboard, as it cannot be fitted as original again. and it will eventually gives you squeeking sounds, specially in winters.
    Was looking to detail it as i detailed rest of my car last weekend..
    So you finally suggest not to go for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_umairr View Post
    Was looking to detail it as i detailed rest of my car last weekend..
    So you finally suggest not to go for it?
    you can detail the main parts, there will be no issue with them, but dont dissassemble everything.
    Like you can remove the front covers so that DVD player sockets, speedometer, AC ducts are visible to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by us000 View Post
    you can detail the main parts, there will be no issue with them, but dont dissassemble everything.
    Like you can remove the front covers so that DVD player sockets, speedometer, AC ducts are visible to you.
    Alright.. Thanks man!

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