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in need of a quick response please

how do you get the 12v plug off of your bezel? i have removed the inner black piece and it still won't come off so what gives guys? thanks in advance.
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im wondering the same. i was trying to take the one out of the side of my expo full length console and i couldnt get it out. only the back part.
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big hammer? lmao
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Is it the one that has the little nut inside the back? If so you have to unscrew that little nut and then take the casing off. The other one you just spin free, the both take some effort to get off.
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seriously. if i really wanted to get it out, i could. but it wouldnt be pretty. im sure hes wondering the same thing. how to do it without EFFING **** up lol
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its the one without the bolt how do you get that one out?
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got it and tyler just screw the back counterclockwise for a hot minute
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got it and tyler just screw the back counterclockwise for a hot minute
how about a cold second will it still work?
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I think i remember using a big *** socket the first time I did it. Now, I just do it all by hand.

Glad you got it figured out. the piece the accesory slides into is screwed to the backside which holds it in place to the bezel.


Marcus...you still need a bezel?
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how about a cold second will it still work?
i don't know yet ill find out today


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I think i remember using a big *** socket the first time I did it. Now, I just do it all by hand.

Glad you got it figured out. the piece the accesory slides into is screwed to the backside which holds it in place to the bezel.


Marcus...you still need a bezel?
no i got one from a local member here but thanks tho.
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