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Old 16 Aug 2006, 03:08 pm
mdrumr
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Default Damaged dash board on 2004 honda civic

I was attempting to trasport a television in my 2004 honda civic 2 dr. (note:
2dr cars are not recomended for transporting large items.) Anyway, while in
the process of doing such, i damaged the dash board. There are several small
cuts just above the glove box. I know they make some vinal repair kits but
its my understanding those are for older model vehicles with cracked dash
boards. Is this a repairable item, or is this something that i may have to
replace? Is this something a body shop or upolstery shop can repair, or is
this new type of material they use even repairable?

Thanks in advance,
Mike Ledbetter

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