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Old 06-16-2013, 02:19 PM   #1
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Need help with insert panel replacement

OK this is probably the wrong thread to post in, but this is where majority of people will see it and help me to get an answer. I was doing the dash ABL light mod on my 13MY Camaro, turns out I had to drill to fit LEDs in. So as I was drilling I didn't notice part of the drill that holds the bit and spins was rubbing against dash trim, and literally rubbed/burned off a section of the panel :( FML!

So I am trying to find the part number for the panel below (circled in red) so I can replace the part that I messed up ... anyone know the part number for this? pics are attached of what I did and what part I need. Tried several part sites but they don't have it

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Old 06-16-2013, 02:23 PM   #2
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22880754 155.60 list if thats the correct one, need vin for the dealer to verify
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Old 06-16-2013, 02:30 PM   #3
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not to hijack the thread but id like to pull the front vent to paint it...

how??
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Old 06-16-2013, 02:31 PM   #4
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22880754 155.60 list if thats the correct one, need vin for the dealer to verify
I think thats the part I need!! Not 100% sure since they don't show a pic/diagram but going to try and see if thats the right one for sure.

Thanks a bunch sycraft!
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Old 06-16-2013, 07:33 PM   #5
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not to hijack the thread but id like to pull the front vent to paint it...

how??
Easy compared to the 2010 dash, where you have to pull the entire pad.

1. Pull the side panel off on the passenger side.
2. Pinch the clip for the dash trim from behind and pull the dash trim off.
3. Pull the gauge trim out slightly.
4. remove the screws or 7mm nuts holding the leather dash trim in
5. pull out the the dash trim (it is clipped in similar to the colored trim)
6. Unscrew the 5 - 7 screws or 7mm nuts holding in the center vent.

These pictures might help understand how the center vent is in there.



I had to get a new center vent so I drove around with the car like this for a few days.


Then it is all installed!
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Old 06-16-2013, 07:49 PM   #6
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not to hijack the thread but id like to pull the front vent to paint it...

how??
There is a DIY on how to do this in the DIY Guide sticky
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Old 06-16-2013, 09:19 PM   #7
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the stig, the front vent in front of the hood??
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Do you mean the mail slot trim?
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you could also in the meantime repair that with liquid tape if you wanted.

There is also a way to repair leather with kits. leatherworldtech.com for example has the kits.
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22880754 155.60 list if thats the correct one, need vin for the dealer to verify
Hi. I am looking for the part number of the piece of trim that goes with this one on the drivers side. I am wanting to upgrade my whole dash and this is the color of trim and stitching that will match my interior. through some research I found that this was the current part number for the larger piece of dash leather trim. I just need to know the part number for the smaller piece. Thanks.
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