I'm thinking about it and it doesn't look too hard. I got a set of trim removal tools and those pop the piece above the glove box and by the steering wheel off. You can remove the small knock out panels on the sides of the dash where the doors touch when closed to push at them from behind if needed.
If you have the little silver piece on the shift knob, that's glued on and pops off. You'll need to glue it back on after, which is a pain. I'd recommend just taping the knob and spraying it while still on. That small mirror looking metalic trim on the very bottom pops off and reveals a small clip that holds the knob on.
The shift plate bezel on the console also pops off, but requires sliding back the arm rest console and cup holders.
Finally, if you have the small silver trim on the steering wheel, you need to take the steering wheel off to access that. It's held on by a small phillips screw that can only be accessed from behind either by removing the steering wheel or drilling a small access hole from behind.
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