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Old 08-13-2018, 06:58 PM   #1
George
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Help 2000 Pontiac Grand AM GT Buckled Dash

Hello

I have a 2000 Pontiac Grand AM GT 4 door sedan. Been parked outside in, believe it or not, in or Hot Canadian Summers. Now both the front end of the dash has buckled near the windshield, nice upward curl and it has come up from the Bezel in front of the curbed instrument cluster.

I need advice to correct both. I have heard of using fuel line in the front at the windshield BUT I understand during the summer and the heat it would hold the end flush BUT what about during the freeing cold of winter? There is shrinkage, in lots of places, would NOT the hose slip?

Also how do you fix the Front end at the instrument Bezel, its fairly noticeable at the valley in the center of the both instrument displays. I would like to have that tucked back under the edge of the bezel and stay there.

Any suggestions without the use of screws would be Greatly Appreciated.

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George
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Old 08-14-2018, 10:41 AM   #2
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Hello

I have a 2000 Pontiac Grand AM GT 4 door sedan. Been parked outside in, believe it or not, in or Hot Canadian Summers. Now both the front end of the dash has buckled near the windshield, nice upward curl and it has come up from the Bezel in front of the curbed instrument cluster.

I need advice to correct both. I have heard of using fuel line in the front at the windshield BUT I understand during the summer and the heat it would hold the end flush BUT what about during the freeing cold of winter? There is shrinkage, in lots of places, would NOT the hose slip?

Also how do you fix the Front end at the instrument Bezel, its fairly noticeable at the valley in the center of the both instrument displays. I would like to have that tucked back under the edge of the bezel and stay there.

Any suggestions without the use of screws would be Greatly Appreciated.

Thanks
George
If the dash curl is already up in there air, then there's no cure. There really is no cure for the dash curl, just a temp fix. Same goes for the bezel area. You're best bet is to try to find a better dash at the jy's.
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