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This is a discussion on Removing the clock within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I am trying to put the remote display unit for my V1 radar detector where the clock is without the ...

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    Removing the clock

    I am trying to put the remote display unit for my V1 radar detector where the clock is without the upgrade. But i cannot find anywhere that shows how to remove the housing. Can someone please tell me if / where the information is.

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    http://mikeegan.stormpages.com/Gauges.html

    This is a start for you... Never tried it myself (got the factory performance gauges). Once you get this off, the clock should probably pop out the back..

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    Pry up the back of the housing first and disconnect the clock, that's the easiest part. Then pull up to get the front part out. It's not really complicated, it just requires alot of muscle to get the front part up.

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    The back pops out easily. If you have real problems, remove the drink holder and the vents (easier than it sounds - intuitive) and pop it out from the bottom. Go here for directions (no my work).

    http://mikeegan.stormpages.com/Gauges.html

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