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How can I get woodgrain plastic frame around the radio and AC/heater controls to release?

There is a woodgrain plastic frame around the radio,AC/heater controls that I can't get off. It must come off so I can get to the HVAC module. Can get it to come loose at the top & drop down a bit but can't get it to come off. Don't want to break it.

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Look around on the blower motor box, for some wires going to a connector that is held inside the blower box with a couple of screws. It's the blower motor resistor.

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