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1996 camaro fuss pannel removal

Post questions and answers about various Electronic problems. What chip should I use? Need assistance in wiring up your alarm system? Assistance with setting up your new auto CD Player or video? Here is where you will find your answer.

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xzodion
Posted: Wed Feb 10, 2010 4:01 pm
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Hey all.

So tring to wire in a radar detector in our car. I cant get to the back of the fuss pannel from under the dash cause theirs a pannel bracked blocking it. I can see that their are two clips on e on top and on on the bottom of the fuse pannel its self. i can get these off, but i cant seam to get the fuse pannel to pull forward enought to get in behinf it. is thier a trick. or an easyier way to get to a accesory fuse thats hooked in to the ignition?

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It is Really a waste time when they have power supplies that plug in to cigarette lighters..

Passenger side underneath the center console there is an unused Factory power supply plug that is separated and labeled Accessory ..
It is what they used in later years to add a 2nd cig lighter/accessory power plug in F-bodys..
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