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Rear air conditioner vent

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On 2/18/2023 at 7:28 PM, Deta Bo said:

Remove rear air conditioner vent cover from a 2021 chevy Silverado 2500hd!

I'm not 100% sure what you want to do here.  To remove any moveable vent you just use a plastic scraper and pry inwards to release the center hinge.  Just be careful doing it so you don't break the vent itself.  Probably a dumb question here but why do you want to remove the vents?  Just curious is all.

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are you talking about the rear panel of the center console that houses the rear vents?  If so that's what I've been wanting to confirm myself as I'm wanting to cut a hole in the middle of it to add USB and 12v plug to mine.  I believe it just pops off with a trim tool, but I'm not 100%.  I'll be giving it a try for install when my USB ports and 12v plug arrive.

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