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i have a 2005 tucson auto and coins have gone behind the front

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i have a 2005 tucson auto and coins have gone behind the front ashtray, how does the ashtray come out
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Hyundai
Expert:  indy-tech replied 3 years ago.
Hi .

Hope this help





REPLACEMENT
CLUSTER FACIA PANEL REPLACEMENT
When prying with a screwdriver, wrap it with protective tape, and apply protective tape around the related parts, to prevent damage.
Take care not to scratch the crash pad and related parts.
1.
Tilt the steering column down.
2.
Remove the screws, and detach the clips.
3.
After disconnecting the trip sensor connector (A), remove the cluster facia panel (B).

4.
Installation is the reverse or removal.
-
Make sure the connector is plugged in properly.
-
Replace any damage clips.
CENTER FACIA PANEL REPLACEMENT
1.
Remove the front console cover (See page BD- 59).
2.
Remove the screw, and detach the clips.
3.
Disconnect the following items to remove the center facia panel (A).
A.
Hazard warning lamp connector (B).
B.
Rear defroster connector (D).
C.
Windshield deicer connector (C).
D.
Front fog lamp connector (E).

4.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
Make sure the connector is plugged in properly.
LOWER CRASH PAD PANEL REPLACEMENT
Take care not to scratch the crashpad and related parts.
1.
Disconnect the hood release cable from the hood release handle (See page BD- 10).
2.
Remove the screws, bolts and clips.
3.
Disconnect the self-diagnosis connector (A), then remove the lower crash pad panel (B).

4.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
HEATER CONTROL UNIT REPLACEMENT
1.
Remove the audio assembly (See page BD- 64).
2.
Loosen the screws.
3.
Remove the heater control unit (A).

4.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
Make sure the connector is plugged in properly.
AUDIO ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT
1.
Remove the center facia panel (See page BD- 62).
2.
Loosen the screws.

3.
Disconnect the audio connector (A) and antenna cable (B), then remove the audio assembly (C).

4.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
Make sure the connector is plugged in properly.
GLOVE BOX REPLACEMENT
1.
Disconnect the air damper wire (A) and guide (B) from the glove box (C).

2.
Disconnect the pin (A), then remove the glove box (C).

3.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
CLUSTER REPLACEMENT
1.
Remove the cluster facia panel (See page BD- 62).
2.
Loosen the screws.

3.
Disconnect the cluster connector (A), then remove the cluster (B).

4.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
Make sure the connector is plugged in properly.
AIR VENT REPLACEMENT
1.
Wrap a flat-tip screwdriver with protective tape, and apply protective tape around the related parts to prevent damage. Take care not to scratch the crash pad and related parts.
2.
Remove the air vent (A) by detaching the clips.

3.
Reinstall the hook portions of the vent first, then push the clip portions into place securely.
COVER REPLACEMENT
When prying with a screwdriver, wrap it with protective tape, and apply protective tape around the related parts to prevent damage.
Take care not to scratch the crash pad, body and other related parts.
Put on gloves to protect your hands.
Remove the crash pad side cover (A), frout consolz side cover (B).

CRASH PAD REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations, precautions, and procedures in the SRS section before performing repairs or service (see page RT- "Airbag").
When prying with a screwdriver, wrap it with protective tape, and apply protective tape around the related parts to prevent damage.
An assistant is helpful when removing and installing the crash pad.
Take care not to scratch the crash pad, body and other related parts.
Put on gloves to protect your hands.
1.
Make sure you have the anti-theft code for the radio, then write down the frequencies for the radio's preset buttons.
2.
Disconnect the negative cable from the battery.
3.
Remove the following items.
A.
Front seat, both sides (See page BD- 84).
B.
Front console (See page BD- 59).
C.
Crash pad side trim, both sides
(See page BD- 66).
D.
Front pillar trim, both sides (See page BD- 69).
E.
Clutster tacia panel (See page BD- 62).
F.
Lower crash pad panel (See page BD- 63).
G.
Heater control unit (See page BD- 63).
H.
Clutster (See page BD- 65).
I.
Audio (See page BD- 63).
J.
Glove box (See page BD- 64).
K.
Steering wheel (See page ST- "Steering wheel")
4.
Disconnect the passenger's air bag connector (A). Loosen the bolts and nut, then remove the crash pad (B).

5.
Carefully remove the crash pad through the front door opening.
6.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
-
Make sure the crash pad fits onto the guide pins correctly.
-
Before tightening the bolts, make sure the crash pad wire harnesses are not pinched.
-
Make sure the connectors are plugged in properly, and the antenna lead is connected properly.
-
Enter the anti-theft code for the radio, then enter the c
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.


I take it you just need to remove the CENTER FACIA PANEL and not everything else on these diagrams

Expert:  indy-tech replied 3 years ago.
Yes sir just the cenhter part .

Sent the resr for your future use ,

Rgards Greg
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thanks for your help, one further point , the illustration is for a left hand drive is it the same for a right hand.

Expert:  indy-tech replied 3 years ago.
Hi Adrian ,

Yes same system, just mirror reverse .

Thank you Adrian have a great weekend .

Greg
Customer: replied 3 years ago.


Think I can cope with this now thanks.

Expert:  indy-tech replied 3 years ago.
Here if you need me .

All the best .

Cheers Greg

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