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    Quote Originally Posted by Wethy View Post
    thasts fair. i thought maybe the early 2012's were different maybe.
    I don't think they've changed the interior since 2011 but I could be wrong.
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    I've unbolted everything that I can see but still having trouble with the freaking passenger side. I'm taking the whole thing off. That's the only way I can get good access to the wires.

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    Knows a Thing or Two Wethy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    I don't think they've changed the interior since 2011 but I could be wrong.
    i think your right but i meant maybe they just changed the panel not the design ha ha


    also i did find this video for the OP but im sure hes already seen it shows most of the dash removal but not the acutal passenger side which kind of makes me think the the rest of the dash comes out together so id say find as many screws that go to the rest of the thing and use a light to look for anything holding the panel down. i wish you Good Luck!

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTz1U6CiPlE
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    I've never removed the dash in one, but I scratched the shit out of the passenger airbag cover before. To get the airbag out you pull two 10mm nuts from the bottom side of the airbag and there will be a little square panel right above the airbag on top of the dash. Remove that cover and under it is the remaining bolt. I think it's a 12mm. Be careful, but it should come out pretty easily.

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    How do I remove the dash on my 2015 dash?

    You are in for a real treat! While I have not pulled the dash on my JKU I did have to replace the air distribution box on my 2011 KK. I bet they are similar so here is what I did or remember:
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    I started with an online subscription to Chilton. It's good for some step by step, but more importantly torque specifications. Disconnect your battery! This type of work could trigger the airbags! I recommend that you mark original positions of bolts and items to be removed with a paint marker for reference. Next I pulled the center console, kick panels, and A pillar covers. Then all the dash accessories, controls, radio, gages and cover panels. With the front drivers seat all the way back, drop the steering column to the floor. Unbolt the brake booster and drop the steering column bracket. You might have to drop the pedals too. Then the dash bolts, six total, four from the top and one behind each kick panel. Disconnect all necessary wires and carefully pull the dash forward to the front seats
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    When you are done with your repair just reverse the process. If I remember right there are specific torques when reassembling the steering components. Working slowly and patiently is a must! I hope that helps! Good luck!
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    Holy smokes!!! this is what I get for mixing lots of beer and power tools lol

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    I hate pulling dashes. Good luck.
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    Sapper here!! ready to breach dash with a Bangalore!

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    This has proven to be a pain in the ass lol

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