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Help - details for workshop Manual 90581900 Removing and installing pl


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Hi there,

I am looking to install a Dension 500 on my 2005 C2 997.1. I want to run the AUX cable to my center console having it come out next to the plug socket. I'd like to take it out to be sure I don't damage anything behind it.

I tried to pry it and it's very hard so I am afraid I will start to scar the plastic if I keep prying.

Can someone help me gain these instructions?

or walk me thorugh the trick to get this piece out?

Greatly appreciated it.

Thanks,

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Hi there,

I am looking to install a Dension 500 on my 2005 C2 997.1. I want to run the AUX cable to my center console having it come out next to the plug socket. I'd like to take it out to be sure I don't damage anything behind it.

I tried to pry it and it's very hard so I am afraid I will start to scar the plastic if I keep prying.

Can someone help me gain these instructions?

or walk me thorugh the trick to get this piece out?

Greatly appreciated it.

Thanks,

Not sure this is exactly what you need, but may have some helpful info. Click Here

Good luck!

DC

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Hi there,

I am looking to install a Dension 500 on my 2005 C2 997.1. I want to run the AUX cable to my center console having it come out next to the plug socket. I'd like to take it out to be sure I don't damage anything behind it.

I tried to pry it and it's very hard so I am afraid I will start to scar the plastic if I keep prying.

Can someone help me gain these instructions?

or walk me thorugh the trick to get this piece out?

Greatly appreciated it.

Thanks,

Not sure this is exactly what you need, but may have some helpful info. Click Here

Good luck!

**Thanks - I think that I figured it out through a link there and the TSB for Installing a Music interphase.

http://www.planet-9.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=296

There is a bolt on the back side that holds this piece in place along with 4 locking tabs. I was hoping to get it out without removing the arm rest but doesn't look like it. minor set-back.

DC

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