You don't have to take the dash off at all. First remove the support cable in the glove box. Next carefully pull both sides of the glove box inward. This will allow the box to drop down enough to get at the outlet. Easy Peasy.
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Same problem, remove glove box door and press the down on the wire. There are two hinge pins on the bottom of the door, push these toward the middle and remove them. To remove the elastic band push down on the clip. The glove box will slide up and toward you. No push of the side needed.
Tips like these are why I really appreciate this forum. My aux outlet had stopped working after having my radio replaced under warranty. Popped the glove compartment like y'all suggested, and found out they had simply forgotten to plug it back in. Y'all rock!
(Oh, and yes I'm new around these parts, and a relatively new Sky owner... Pics in the appropriate thread soon!)
I know this is an older thread but I want to bump it because there is some good information here.
I just had my aux power outlet go out on me a few weeks ago and did a quick search of this forum for a fix. Not only did I find out what I need to do to get to that outlet and troubleshoot it, but I also found the PDF above Elff posted for taking off my dash. This will come in handy for my seat heaters, replacing my radio trim piece, and getting my center silver trim piece painted.
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