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diagram to remove the my 2009 Cayman dash

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18 minutes ago, pavelrudolecky said:

Hi, I am trying to find a diagram to remove the my 2009 Cayman dash.


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  • 7 months later...

You may want to look at some of the parts diagrams available at on-line dealers, or even download the parts catalog for your car from Porsche (it's free!) - parts catalogs like to use exploded views - those views include everything in the area, so you'll have some idea of how much you have to remove in order to get to the dash to remove it.


AFAIK - most manufacturers install the dash as a unit - everything in it - wiring the whole deal - and it gets bolted into the shell.  While it might be possible to remove it that way, one person working on their own might find it really difficult to do, especially since the steering has been installed and the seats will be in the way.


Good luck!

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