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  1. Apologies if this is in the wrong section. Please move it if needed. Just wanted to reference an installation guide for those who are replacing your switch trim covers with the new replacements. It’s fairly straight forward to install but here is a step by step: 1. Remove dash trim. There are a couple of screws just above the gauge cluster and a few others that will need to be removed. The bezel itself pops off once the screws are removed. 2. Remove the switch existing switch holder. (You can skip this step if you don’t have an existing switch holder and will be installing a
  2. Hey All, it’s been a long time coming but I have officially completed this project and am moving into production. it’s just my wife and I making these by hand. We take our time and try to make these look and function as close to original as we can. As with all hand made products there will always be minuscule variations but we test each panel before we send it off and make sure we have good alignment and symbol illumination. Here is what we have: Switch Trim Covers These have been painstakingly reproduced to be a very close copy of the original. They defini
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