I am trying to replace the passenger side lower dash panel on a 2000 Subaru Outback. How?

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Asked by Aug 19, 2011 at 07:35 PM about the 2000 Subaru Outback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am trying to replace the passenger side lower dash panel on a 2000 Subaru
Outback. How? The original panel is sun damaged and I have a replacement, but I am
having problems getting past the glove box removal. The panel should just be
attached by four screws but it seems like it is attached somewhere else?

6 Answers

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did you figure it out? I have the same problem with mine (sun damage) where did you get the replacement piece?

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Not yet, but I have the replacement part and I know how to remove the glove box. I don't want to remove the whole dash for piece that seems like it should be fairly easy to replace.

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I'm in Calif. and sell lots of Sube's. Just had 2 Outbacks repaired today on this area and they always look like crap. Never thought to replace. Have the part ordered, around $96 dollars, have the glove box out and replaced the filters and will let everyone know how it comes out. Hopefully you guys are all done and already know. Like the hidden screw behind the left side glove box you tug and tug on and finally see it. They the part falls out. More later.

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Hey - so I am about to replace this part myself and am looking for ANY advise you can offer from your experience. Thanks!!!!

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I have the same problem with an outback 2001, some one have the solution on how to replace the passenger side lower dash panel thks

3 of 3 people found this helpful.
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I just finished doing it on 2001 Outback Wagon llbean...pain in the #$%&..but got it done.

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