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Gauge wiring

I'm trying to run the wires for my pillar gauges. Can the plastic piece be removed that runs down the side of the dash? Or anyone have any tips for me?

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yes it can,but be gentle its very fragile..it has 2 clips that hold it in,its best to use a trim pry tool to remove..
give me a min and ill get you a picture of behind where clips are..
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I didn't remove it, just fish it down. Go to speedys garage web site. He has a install video.



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here is pictures of the trim tools I use, try to pry from clip area. could use a large screwdriver also, just go slow cause it cracks real easily..
its really no big deal after doing it once..
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