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This is a discussion on Button mount / Dash removal within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I'm looking to mount a button (I/C sprayer) on one of the blanks to the left-side of the steering wheel. ...

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    Registered User fullerlee's Avatar
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    Button mount / Dash removal

    I'm looking to mount a button (I/C sprayer) on one of the blanks to the left-side of the steering wheel.

    I presume I'll need to remove the dashboard trim to do this, and also run a wire through the firewall somehow.

    Can anyone point me to a tutorial or guide on removing the trim so I can get to the blank?

    Thanks,

    Lee
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    2 metal screws and a plastic pop- it on the left side. Pull hard without breaking the plastic panel. disconnect harnesses and there you go. Grommet is behind brake or clutch pedal behind the firewall material. good luck

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