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Help with Nav PCM faceplate removal


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HELP! I have a 997 with Nav/PCM. I need to know how to remove the faceplate. I can remove the whole assembly unit from the dash easily but I cannot seem to figure out how to remove the cosmetic faceplate once the assembly has been removed. I know that Porsche repairs the nav/PCM units should they break so I know there has to be away to get them apart. This is the piece that you can have painted to match. Anyone?

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HELP! I have a 997 with Nav/PCM. I need to know how to remove the faceplate. I can remove the whole assembly unit from the dash easily but I cannot seem to figure out how to remove the cosmetic faceplate once the assembly has been removed. I know that Porsche repairs the nav/PCM units should they break so I know there has to be away to get them apart. This is the piece that you can have painted to match. Anyone?

Take off the side leather panels first, then it should be pretty clear.

We paint them every week. :)

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I have been trying to do this as well with zero success.

I have removed the leather side panels but can't see how the grey PCM faceplate comes off to get it painted.

Is there something really obvious I am missing?

Any help would be great.

Cheers Scott

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