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Old 02-13-2015, 01:06 PM #16
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I took mine off and painted them black. Really not too bad a job - unless you break them that is
The window switch trim (switches are easy to remove), gear surround and the part you're talking about are easier than the instrument cluster and ignition surround, but none of it is that difficult.
@MONTYMTB , you mentioned the window switch trim is easy to remove. Are there just clips under them so they just pop out?
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@MONTYMTB , you mentioned the window switch trim is easy to remove. Are there just clips under them so they just pop out?
Yep. Just use a flathead and pry the front part up to release the clip:


Then slide it forward and pull it up and out:


There are 4 connectors you will need to unplug, and once you get the unit out it's easy to see how the switches come out. As you can see, the black paint on mine is chipping away - my fault because I didn't take the time to prep it properly before painting.
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Thanks, let me see if I can find a black one, if not then I'll buy yours and paint it black.
I have a black one I could get you soon if you're not in a rush. I have a ton of work I'm trying to do in swapping trannys and fixing some exterior damage first.
If you're interested.
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I have a black one I could get you soon if you're not in a rush. I have a ton of work I'm trying to do in swapping trannys and fixing some exterior damage first.
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Thanks for the offer, I found a set at my local salvage yard
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Anyone selling one? I cracked mine swapping out stereos.

About to pull the trigger on 1999-2002 Toyota 4Runner Center Panel 55412-35200 | DiscMonster but figured I would check here first.

Would post in classifieds but I think I need 20 posts or something before I can start a new thread.

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Anyone selling one? I cracked mine swapping out stereos.

About to pull the trigger on 1999-2002 Toyota 4Runner Center Panel 55412-35200 | DiscMonster but figured I would check here first.

Would post in classifieds but I think I need 20 posts or something before I can start a new thread.

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I'd suggest a junk yard. I found a replacement for mine for $20 when I broke it
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I'd suggest a junk yard. I found a replacement for mine for $20 when I broke it
I noticed some have painted and others plasti dipped. Any feedback on durability for each?
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I noticed some have painted and others plasti dipped. Any feedback on durability for each?
Well people usually use plastidip as a temp 'mockup' before real painting so they can see if they like the color without committing.
If you know the color you're gonna stick with, I'd suggest paint and be done with it. It's cheaper than plastidip, too.
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Some people peel the wood off the panels to expose the black plastic underneath. Seems like a real pain though.
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I have no idea why anyone thought stick on woodgrain was a good idea. I have a 98 limited with that originally in it. And my parts mobile was a limited without stick on woodgrain. Must have been some kind of addon dealers did as I hope that wasnt stuck on from the factory like that. Being the age of it now. No way would it survive being moved around too much.



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