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Old 02-11-2005, 05:05 AM
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Default how to fix rolling up dash in a 96' discover

the part near the winshield is rolling up do to heat from the sun, how can I fix this problem??? Please help
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Their is a fixing kit avialable, I know most UK suppliers are able to supply this, simminites, paddocks and craddocks, would also assume US ones are able to do the same.

Basically it is coloured shaped plastic trim with you screw down around the leading edge of the dash just near the screen, quick and easy job that anyone can do. (so I am told.. )
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Lighting is correct. USA Land Rover Dealers can get the kit as well as Rovers North, etc. There is A limit as to how much peeling the kit can correct. If it is lifted up severely the dashboard will need replacing. Or if it is peeling in other areas beside the front of the dash, the same.

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