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    Dash trim upgrade

    Was walking around the local wrecker looking an Micra SV donor car to do some upgrading to my Micra S.
    I poked my head inside a 2015 Versa and notice the radio / temperature control setup seemed identical. But the trim look more luxurious.

    Popped it out and tried it on a micra.... match made in heaven.

    30$ later here how it looks.
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    Nice mod.

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    cool!

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    Piano black!
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    I've been toying with this idea for a while now. I appreciate you confirming that it does fit! any trimming?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrostyyCarter View Post
    I've been toying with this idea for a while now. I appreciate you confirming that it does fit! any trimming?
    No trimming at all, a match made in heaven. I actually popped it in while I was still in the parking lot at the auto wrecker. I am surprised no one on this forum seemed to have done it.

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    I think we have all thought ... Could they have really made then all the same ?!?! And it seems so. Which is awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Groleau View Post
    No trimming at all, a match made in heaven. I actually popped it in while I was still in the parking lot at the auto wrecker. I am surprised no one on this forum seemed to have done it.
    I haven't been able to find an auto wrecker locally with a newer Versa or even a Micra, unfortunately.

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    How hard is it to pop out? Any chance of breaking clips easily?
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    Quote Originally Posted by geodude View Post
    How hard is it to pop out? Any chance of breaking clips easily?
    Its pretty easy, just becareful on the edges not to damage the trim. Plastic shim would be best. But if your careful you can use a metal one. I did

    I practiced on an other piece at the wrecker cause i had no idea how it was gona pop out and it came out nice.



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