- A (small) Phillips head screwdriver
- A Phillips head screwdriver with an angled tip (alternatively, you can use a small adjustment wrench with a Phillips head bit)
- A new passenger air vent
Step 1. Remove windshield panel
Step 2. Remove Wood Bezel
Step 3. Remove Dashboard Bezel
Step 4. Detach glove box Panel
Step 5. Detach VIC Bezel
Step 6. Remove the panel below the steering wheel
Step 7. Pull the VIC bezel and glove box panel forward
Step 8. Remove dashboard screws
Tip: If you don't have an angled Phillip's head screw driver for this step, you can use an adjustable wrench and Phillip's head bit to remove any hard to reach screws.
Step 9. Unlatch Dashboard Panel
Just pull up on the clips and pull the dashboard out of the Jeep.
Step 10. Replace Passenger Vent
To remove the broken passenger air vent, remove the 2 screws holding the passenger air vent in place and slide it down and out through the front.
Reverse this process to install the new passenger air vent.
Tip: Before screwing in your new passenger air vent, make sure to push it up as much as it can go so the top of it is flush with the trim on the front of the dashboard panel.