TOOLS REQUIRED: Ammonia type window cleaner, clean rag, fine grit sandpaper, blue masking tape and a single edge razor blade.

  1. Prefit your new Dash Cover to make sure you have the correct model and fit.

  2. If your dashboard is cracked or has high spots, use a razor blade or sandpaper to trim the raised areas.

  3. Lightly sand the old dashboard and the underside of the new Dash Cover
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  5. Thoroughly clean the old dashboard and the underside of the new Dash Cover , with ammonia type window cleaner. This should remove any oils or preservatives that have built up over the years.

  6. Recheck the fit of your new Dash Cover by placing it over the clean dashboard. Old dashboards sometimes expand over the years, so you may have to do some trimming to achieve the best fit.
  7. In some cases you might have to remove speaker grids and defroster vents.

  1. After your Dash Cover fits properly, prepare the silicone adhesive. Place the tube of silicone adhesive in a cup of hot water. This will soften it and make it flow easier.

  2. Apply the adhesive to the underside of the new Dash Cover around the perimeters of air vents, radio speaker openings, climate sensors and outer edge.
  3. The adhesive "bead" should be about the size of a pencil.

  4. DO NOT put adhesive closer than 1/2 "from the edge.
  5. DO NOT put adhesive in the center of the Dash Cover , as it will not allow the Dash Cover to expand and contract in the hot and cold weather.
  6. Remember less adhesive is better.
  7. Place the Dash Cover over the original dash. You may need to wedge heavy objects between the dash and windshield, or use masking tape, cardboard wedges, or bunji cords to secure your Dash Cover .

  8. It will take 2 to 4 hours for your adhesive to setup.