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    Question Dash Removal

    I have a 96 honda civic dx 4 door. I need some help getting the dash out anybody know how?
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    If you don't find out here, these guys have great guides with pictures for $2.99 online. $3 is cheap for the time it saves you, and you get it right away online.

    http://www.carstereoremoval.com/htm/...ivic92_95P.htm

    I used their instructions to get the demon dash off my Buick Regal, saved me a bundle in broken plastic.
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    hondas are relatively easy to take apart. usually it involves just a few clips and screws. if you have a picture it might not be too hard to figure out where they would be. i know in my accord i have to start at the center armrest and work my way forward.
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    Try this:

    http://www.installdr.com/InstallDocs...PDF/466013.pdf

    Should give you everything yo uneed

    Plus it's free.

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    Thoose r great manuals but i need to take out the whole dash not just the radio.
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    Well, I'd suggest looking at something like this from a service manual:

    http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com/...STRUMENT+PANEL

    Not the best picture in the world, but it gives you some idea of all the nuts and bolts involved. This took me 2 minutes to find, so you might want to do a search of your own first.

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    honnestly it should be just about like any other dash out there....start removing nuts and screws, etc....and pulling out the pannels as they become free....keep baggies that are labeled for each part of the dash and put the screws/bolts/nuts/clips, etc in each of those baggies and tape them to the pannel....=]
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