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Old 11-19-2014, 12:49 AM   #1
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Default So I lost something....

I accidently lost a couple of screws, as they made a mad dash for the dash vent near the front windshield . I can hear the screws rolling around inside the center dash piece behind the ac controls, almost near the floor/cubbie area. Is there a section of the vent that these items can be retreived from? or do i need to take the whole thing apart to get them?

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I was thinking about putting weather strip or something up there..I had leafs come in the sunroof and shoot right in that opening. .

long shot but can you try a magnet on a flex rod to try and snag em?
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Just spread it enough to get a magnet in there and when you drive maybe they will catch.

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