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Old 07-29-2012   #1
dan101
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Everyone has or would of heard of the dreaded 'Dash Bubble' in the R32 GT-R's. Common locations are directly above the glove box and next to the odometer molding.

The question is: Has anyone ever tried fixing these problems themselves???

I have thought maybe it would be possible to heat up the dash vinyl so it is supple and easy to mold, then syringe through a fine needle a high bonding glue into the dash followed by proping. The fine needle being 'key' to keep any holes invisible once finished.

So if anyone has tried fixing bubbles in your own dash or know of anyone who has, then it would be great to find out how you/they did it. Or if anyone has a different idea of fixing this other than buying a dash without bubbles, then it would be great to find out.
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