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The dash is fairly easy to remove. Just remember that if it doesn't come right off, you don't have all the nuts undone. The dash should lift right off - no forcing necessary.

The plastic nuts are 13mm and can be started with an end wrench. After that, you can use your fingers. The nuts over the gauges are hard to find but there there.

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