Im trying to remove the cubby hole over the driver side steering wheel to do the TPMS mod. I took the two screw out but this thing wont budge. I am pulling on the lid upward with it open while trying to pry behind the rear seam over the cubby hole. I dont want to break anything. Is there some trick to get this out or something Im missing? Thanks.
2011 Army Green TTSE. Mods: Boztek CB Mount, Cobra 75W CB with Firestik, Uniden BCT8 mounted on MPAC Saddle Rack, MPAC Cargo Side Rack, MPAC Rear Rack, Husky Liners, Scepter Cans Roof Mounted, Rugged Ridge Headlamp Guards, Body Armor Tail Lamp Guards, Warrior Shovel Mount, Baja Basket, Metal Tech Front Bumper with Bash Plate, Rigid Dually D2 Roof Rack Lights, Ellis Precision Knobs in Stealth Black, ARB Safari Snorkel
Just an BTW, it's always better to work with plastic in a warm condition. I use a hair dryer sometimes.
I found this out the hard way last winter when i decided to start adding LEDs, one of the first things i did was the mirrors and when taking the mirror off i broke the tabs on the back. Even though it was in my garage, it was still cold from earlier that day. But a little super glue fixed it right up!!
__________________ FJX2000 - Hayden 2007 FJ CruiserTRD Special Edition AT See Ya At FJ Summit No.7 & Cruise Moab 2013!!!
Mods: 305/70R16 Fierce Attitudes, ReadyLIFT 3" Lift, Spidertrax, TRD Wheels, KC HiLiGhTs Slimlights, Rocktek Armor, Bushwackers, Blacked Out, LEDs all around, DDM Tuning 8000K HIDs, Light Racing UCAs, and so much more!!!
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