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Old 08-25-2010, 04:50 PM
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How hard is it to install one of these for remove the factory A- pillar cover?
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Removing the factory cover should be pretty easy. Just a couple of screw covers to pop off and then take out the screws.

I'd think the hard part would be finding what you want and running the wires.
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oh well i have both the gauges already wired to my dash i just though it would be cleaner if i put them in the pillar. Ive never taken a look at taking it out tho was just wondering. Thanks!
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Didn't mean to discourage you. Pulling the pillar cover is usually a 5 minute job.
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No worries! Thanks for the help!
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The a pillar on our trucks is simple to remove. its held in with 3 clips.

The hardest part of installation is hooking up the guages, which you have already done.
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Anyone have a gray driver's side A-pillar with working speaker they want to get rid of? Please respond to TLarrimore@cox.net

If anyone happens to have part number - that would be appreciated as well.

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just get in the truck and snatch on it at the top and ull hear the clip either come out of the slot or pop off. then grab and snatch a couple more times and its out.
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Once you get it in share some pics of it.
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