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Wondering how I go about removing the knob for the vent glass.  1972 tii.   Thank you 

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40 minutes ago, Silenpro said:

Wondering how I go about removing the knob for the vent glass.  1972 tii.   Thank you 

 

There's a small hole behind the knob use can use to push the center out...

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Get a piece of coat hanger about 6" long. Bend a 90 deg angle about 1/2" at one end. The idea is to poke the 90 deg stub thru the hole in the back of the knob to push the center cover disc out of the knob.

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Ok thank you, so the center cover comes off and there’s a screw behind it?   This is my first 2002 and it’s hard to find info on this car.   Can’t wait to drive it.   Thanks for the reply’s 

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Ok thank you, so the center cover comes off and there’s a screw behind it?   This is my first 2002 and it’s hard to find info on this car.   Can’t wait to drive it.   Thanks for the reply’s 
Yup, and welcome to the forum!

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10 hours ago, Silenpro said:

it’s hard to find info on this car.

 

Well, you are in the right place. There are a bunch of detailed techno articles in the articles section of this site plus many thousands of pages of info in various posts. Use the search function on any subject and you will find plenty to read (tip: scroll down and select ‘find results that contain - all of my search words’)

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Thank you!  That’s the trick on the search, I was searching but so many things would come up.  I’m sure I’ll be posting questions again. This is my first 2002, just bought it 2 weeks ago.  Hopefully by spring I can take it for the first drive.  Car needs love but with time I’ll get there. Thank you everyone once again. 

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Good luck getting it roadworthy.  Also, if you'd add your location to your profile you might find that you have another owner near you with more seat time in the '02 than you have!

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