I have a question that I've searched all over the internet for and
found no straight answer. The question is how do I remove the dashboard
from my 93 golf VR6. I had tried but I can not find what is holding
this thing to the car. You help would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Remove a 93 Golf 3 VR6 Dashboard
On Cabriolet with an air bag, disconnect the negative battery cable
and wait at least 20 minutes for the back-up power supply to discharge.
Make sure no one is in the vehicle when connecting the battery.
Unintended deployment of the air bag can cause serious or fatal injury.
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Remove the gear shift knob and boot and remove the center console.
Remove the steering wheel.
Remove the knee bar from below the dashboard.
Remove the steering column support bracket and lower the column.
Pull the knobs off the heater controls and remove the control assembly and the radio.
the headlight switch and switch blanks to gain access to the screws.
Remove the instrument cluster and trim panel around the cluster.
Remove the glove compartment.
At the firewall, remove the plastic tray and remove the 2 nuts holding the top of the dashboard.
.Remove the main fuse panel and disconnect the plugs at the back. Disconnect the ground wires.
any remaining wiring from the dashboard and remove the 4 last screws; 1
at each end and 1 at each end of the instrument cluster area. Remove
Fit the dashboard into place and start all 4 screws, then tighten them.
Install the fuse panel and connect the wiring.
Secure the steering column into place.
Install the switches and instrument cluster.
Install the heater controls and radio.
Install the console and connect all wiring.
Connect the battery to test the electrical system.
Install the steering wheel, knee bar and all remaining components.
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if you dont get the o2 sensors replaced it will cause the car to overheat cause im having the same problem with my golf gti vr6 had it dionosed and both my o2 sensors are out nothing else is bad and now it overheats due to the o2 sensors