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Q: Dash pad curled up

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The dash pad is curled up from the bottom, near the windshield.

A: Once plastic warps like you described, ther...

Once plastic warps like you described, there is not much you can do. You can have an interior specialist look at it, maybe they can repair it. The only other way would be to replace the dashpad.

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