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lightdemup22 05-13-2012 10:07 AM

Dash Removal
 
I was about to put in my new sony radio in my truck but I ran into a problem. I have a 2011 dodge ram 1500 with bench seats. Well when I went to remove the dash the diagram that came with the booklet on how to remove the dash was blurred and couldn't read it. So i found the diagram but the diagram is for a ram with bucket seats and a 115 volt plug where the third screw is. Well mine doesn't have the 115 plug and its a hole to stick stuff in. Can anyone help me out? I was messing around trying to figure it out and I really don't want to crack my dash or chip anything. Thanks let me know please!!!

ArmyofOne 05-13-2012 10:49 AM

Are you trying to remove the whole dash? or just the center stack with the radio/climate controls?

lightdemup22 05-14-2012 09:34 AM

Well I just wanted to remove the center dash for radio and climate control. But if no one can help me out I might be removing the whole dash and seeing if that can help me out. If I can even figure that out too lol. I might just have to call crutchfield and see if they have the right diagram for me in stead of the bucket seat diagram.

lightdemup22 05-14-2012 09:53 AM

Well I figured it out lol. THere is only two screws holding it, but I just got sent the right diagram by crutchfield and seen there was any other screws so now I just gotta pull and pray lol.

ArmyofOne 05-14-2012 11:32 AM

I was gonna say you are good, just be careful. Definitely don't take the whole dash apart/out if you have no idea what you are doing :LOL:

PX8black 05-14-2012 05:04 PM

I'm a little late but here's a video on you tube for removing the radio bezel without a floor console. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYa4pFjZSts


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