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Date: Tue, 21 Sep 2004 18:19:25 +0100
From: Colin Stamp <>
Subject: Re: 9-3 (1998) fascia question

On Mon, 20 Sep 2004 22:53:45 +0100, chas <> wrote: >Before I start prising the joins and wrecking the plastic, does anyone >know the least damaging way to get behind the fascia panel that holds >the heater knobs on the old 9-3. I need to do something about an >inoperative air blower speed control on my non-A/C 9-3 TD >Advice from those who've been there gratefully accepted. You might be able to get it out the same way that my climate control panel comes out - pull out a couple of the switches or blanking plugs underneath the panel, then stick your fingers through and push the panel out from behind. In case that doesn't work on the manual controls, you'll need to take out the glove box and then take off the centre console side to get better access to push out the panel. I took the glove box out of mine last week. The only annoying bit is an awkward plastic clip up against the bulkhead. Don't forget to pull off the section of door-seal that the side of the box hooks under. Cheers, Colin.

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