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Old 04-18-2013, 11:46 PM   #11
NoleLife
 
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Well, if they have to replace the whole dash, and I plan on doing it eventually, then it would make sense to still do it while I have my bumper-bumper warranty. I am assuming that doing it after it is expired would be several thousand dollars?

My biggest concern, as ICT said above, is that replacing the dash to fix this one small aesthetic issue will cause other problems/rattling later on.
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