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Old 02-01-19, 03:15 PM   #1
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Default Dashboard removal

im going to remove the dash. Is there a "walkthrough" to be found.? I try the search function but cant find.

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You might find something on the 407 facebook group but i dont think anyone has done a step by step all i can say is its time consuming but not terribly hard i have removed dashes from various peugeots over the years the main issue is finding all the bolts.
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You might find something on the 407 facebook group but i dont think anyone has done a step by step all i can say is its time consuming but not terribly hard i have removed dashes from various peugeots over the years the main issue is finding all the bolts.
Don't think anyone's ever done a step by step guide,definitely not that I know of on my facebook page, rtn in Doncaster can have the dash out in about 20 minutes I believe so maybe an hour/hour and a half for first time. Guessing its for heater flaps ??

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I'm pretty sure the step by step guide will be on Peugeot's Servicebox, you just have to pay them the measly 7 euro's for access.
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