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1Stainless exterior air intake vent. Empty Stainless exterior air intake vent. on Sun May 06, 2012 6:56 am

Arnie1964

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I need to take my exterior vent off. The one in front of the winshield. I pried on it a little but I don't want to damage it. Are they bolted in from underneath or does it snap in and is stuck from age?

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2Stainless exterior air intake vent. Empty Re: Stainless exterior air intake vent. on Sun May 06, 2012 10:43 am

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They snap in, not screwed in. They get pretty tuff to get out. When you pry, electrical tape the tip of the screw driver, small peice of wood, and pry the vent up with the screw driver agaist the wood so you do not bend the trim and or body of car.

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