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Got a quick question. I tried searching but couldn't find an answer...

Do I have to remove the entire dash to pull out the air vents? I'm working on modifying one of the vents to use as a mount for my Garmin but before I try to yank the vent out, I want to make sure I don't break any tabs in the back.

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Yeah as far as I know they come out from the back, not the front.

The piece you have to remove isn't very hard to remove though, it's just a few screws.

Search for dashboard or dash removal, you'll be taking out the silver screws you see next to the vents.
 

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Got a quick question. I tried searching but couldn't find an answer...

Do I have to remove the entire dash to pull out the air vents? I'm working on modifying one of the vents to use as a mount for my Garmin but before I try to yank the vent out, I want to make sure I don't break any tabs in the back.

Thanks!

How did that install come out? Did you take any photos? Cheers.
 

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dash vent removal....

FYI -- per the above diagram...its very simple to remove the dash vents.... just remove the hex bolts an pull the dash panel out far enough to gain rear clearance...there are 3 plastic clips that need to be disengaged to remove each round vent assy... btw -- 2 of my vents were "broken".... but upon inspection there is a small "dogbone" plastic part that connects the two doors of the vent... the dogbone had become dislodged .... so I simply re-connected the dogbone.... by aligning it and pressing/snapping it back in place.... ...then replaced the vents and all is good again...
 

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How about removing the Rear Vents, and does anyone have any spare vents to give away or selling? Thanks steve..
 
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