I hope it doesn't get to that point, but in case you have to remove the HUD I found a proceedure:
You will have to remove the dash cluster to get to the hud retaing screws.
Use a plastic trim tool to remove the ignition switch bezel.
Pull the instrument panel (I/P) accessory trim plate rearward slightly for access to the steering column filler.
Remove the steering column filler.
Tilt the steering wheel to the lowest position.
Grasp the edge of the I/P cluster trim plate. Pull rearward to disengage the retainers.
Disconnect the electrical connector from the headlamp dimmer switch.
Disconnect the electrical connector from the driver information display assembly.
Remove the driver information display screws.
Remove the driver information display.
Remove the instrument cluster.
Remove the windshield pillar garnish moldings.
Use the following method to disengage the Head Up Display (HUD) retainers. Do NOT pry the retainers with a flat-bladed tool or other similar device.
- Disengage the I/P upper trim panel retainers on the sides of the HUD.
- Disengage the retainer rearward of the HUD.
Failure to follow this method could break the tab on the HUD.
Remove the HUD screw.
Remove the HUD bolts.