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[* black] Insert a flathead screwdriverplastic trim removal tool or pry tool into the dash moldingseam behind the trim surround, and twist lightly.
[* icon_caution] If you don't have a trim removal tool, you can use a thin flathead screwdriver—but be careful not to damage the trim or dash materials.

[* black] Use your hands to slowly pry off the rest of the piecetrim surround.
[* black] Insert a flathead screwdriverplastic trim removal tool or pry tool into the dash moldingseam behind the trim surround, and twist lightly.
[* icon_caution] If you don't have a trim removal tool, you can use a thin flathead screwdriver—but be careful not to damage the trim or dash materials.

[* black] Use your hands to slowly pry off the rest of the piecetrim surround.