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CaptRon

Dash and vents

Anyone experiencing their dash deformibg around the vents? How did you fix it? 

I've got this, at all three on my 09 Challenger. 

 

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No issue with my 10 Challenger in 7 years. But, again mine was always undercover. The Texas heat will warp dang near anything even your soul. lol

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Seen it before
Some people.use epoxy. Liquid nails ect try a 2 x 4 on top and try to clamp it down after gluing or tape over the board ect

Take a hair dryer and heat it up before gluing

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I'm thinking contact glue but I've got to make sure it's pulled down right the first time cause with contact cement, there is no do over. 

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Maybe you can try heating it like use a blower maybe? But I feel like it won't work so try adding super glue under it and paste it? My challenger did not have that issue but the ac vent was broken like it won't stay up, it keeps on falling. 

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