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Old 01-05-2012, 07:40 PM
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on my 2001 audi tt the emergency lights button and the other buttons on the dashboard got pushed back.. I did not push hard at all.. any idea how to push them back, or how do I remove the dashboard?
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Old 01-06-2012, 07:50 AM
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on my 2001 audi tt the emergency lights button and the other buttons on the dashboard got pushed back.. I did not push hard at all.. any idea how to push them back, or how do I remove the dashboard?
you need only remove the radio. then you can reach up and put them back in place. they're held in place by a plastic flap that is above the radio.
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thanx for the reply unfortunately by removing the radio still couldn't get to the buttons but by removing the vents I could with a tool and now they are fixed.. thanx again
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