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  • 32offer
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    There is a bracket on the backside of the remote u have to remove. The 2 screws on the front only attach the trim piece to the panel

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  • dpb185
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    A thought just occurred to me, has anyone done a Perfect Pass installation on these boats (205V) and do you need to remove this side panel to run the wire to the back ? I don't want to have to remove it twice as I have PP install on my list for this winter.

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  • LeviFinn
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    I'm curious about the assembly. Update us

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  • dpb185
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    I was just wondering if anyone had any insight. Which screws need to be removed, reach from the bottom, top, or side ? Anything like that.

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  • dpb185
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    Originally posted by waterlogged882 View Post
    See if this thread gives you any insight.

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    Looks like there is a C-shaped bracket that holds on the remote. I can't imagine you could remove just the bracket reaching up there.

    Looks like glass rash coming up in my future. This project will wait until the winter, Alabama summer heat + glass = bad news for my forearms.

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  • waterlogged882
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    Originally posted by dpb185 View Post
    Has anyone removed one of these in a 2000-ish Prostar ?

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    I've found some conflicting information about this, it sounds like I might have to remove the side panel. However, there are 2 screws in the wood insert and I'm wondering if removing them will allow access to the back of the remote.
    See if this thread gives you any insight.

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    Old Clarion Remote in 2000 Prostar

    Has anyone removed one of these in a 2000-ish Prostar ?

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    I've found some conflicting information about this, it sounds like I might have to remove the side panel. However, there are 2 screws in the wood insert and I'm wondering if removing them will allow access to the back of the remote.
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