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    Removing the center plastic panel on Honda Aquatrax

    Aloha. I am trying to take off my broken center panel at the steering area. Any idea how to take off the panel? Do I need to detach the steering piece first? I canít seem to figure it out and I want to do it correctly so I donít break the new plastic when I put the new one on.

    Thanks for any advise

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    Update: I figured out the solution. Pain in the ass but you have to take the steering shaft off to take of the center plastic

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    I was about to reply but you already figured it out. Yes it is a pain to get off. Have to disconnect wiring, remove steering shaft, etc etc etc. Glad you got it sorted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3ushamn View Post
    I was about to reply but you already figured it out. Yes it is a pain to get off. Have to disconnect wiring, remove steering shaft, etc etc etc. Glad you got it sorted!
    Thanks for the info. I put some lubricant on the knobs and Iíll apply more pressure.

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