Disassembly of RHB
Now that the RHB is out of your vehicle, it's time to take it apart.
First remove the top of the RHB. There are two screws on top (in the picture below, the green arrows point where they are located). Then GENTLY pry the top off, and there are little slots where you can insert a small screwdriver. The top is hinged and will swing up, like so:
Once the lid is off, you will be looking at the dvd player. That's the next to come out. It's held by four screws, two on top and two on the back (the two back ones are already removed in the second picture):
The dvd player will need a little jiggling to lift out. Once it's free, don't lift it too high as there are two ribbon cables. Flip the dvd player upside down to the ribbons' side, and you will see the ribbon cable connectors. The picture below shows one connected and one disconnected for comparison:
To unplug a ribbon cable, GENTLY slide the dark gray piece using both tabs found on each side of the connector. If you're not careful, you can easily break that gray piece. Once open, the ribbon will easily pull out.
With the dvd player out of the way, this is what you'll see. That green arrow is pointing to the touchscreen's ribbon cable. And whaddaya know, Mitsubishi parts are still found in Chryslers.
Close up of connector. (Nevermind that the printed circuit board (PCB) is missing, you won't need to do that – I really did take the entire thing apart)
To open this connector, rotate the brown lever down and take the ribbon completely out of the connector (I left it in for demonstration). Just leave the ribbon cable there for now – when you pull the door out, it will take the ribbon with it.