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  1. #1
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    Question Dash Replacement

    Hello All,

    It's been a while since I've posted on the forum but I need some help. I'm curious as to how difficult it is to change out the top of the dash on a 2005 300C. The original cover is warped from sun damage around the top vents. I was thinking maybe I can just replace the unit with new if it is not to difficult. I've searched the web without much luck. I thought maybe someone has seen something on how to do this job or maybe has done it themselves.

    Best Regards, Tim

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    2006 300C SRT8, Mopar cold air intake, Magnaflow shorty headers, cats and exhaust. KW Variant 2 suspension, Pioneer head unit, 10" Infinity sub with custom built box in the trunk.

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    Have you search this forum? I know guys have swapped them out. I recall threads with dash replacements in them.
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    Hi Tim.

    It is a load of work, but it can be done.

    I've extracted complete dash assemblies and it takes a solid 4 hours. Just the pad shouldn't be nearly that bad.

    Michelle's dash had the same issue, as well as around the passenger side main dash vent.

    I removed all 3 dash vents, 2 top and one right side main, and used ABS glue and some Harbor Freight clamps, to glue the dash pad foam back to the plastic substrate.

    Took a couple of hours prep and cure time.

    Worked like a charm!

    Give me a call, if you need anything at all.




    Bob
    LuX Technologies - Custom Interior Light Mods for Chrysler / Dodge / Jeep Platforms [LX/LC/WK]
    I spend my time modding your lights and developing new products, not being your FaceBook friend.

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    Does Tim still exist? I have some questions about his VTCM and have tried direct messages and emails... Anyone have other contact info? Facebook even?

    Thanks in advance!



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