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If you've never done a dash pad replacement before I would suggest getting an aftermarket cover77 88 EL CAMINO/MONTE CARLO FULLFACE NEW Dash Pad CAP, $87.99 ... (1) (Made 3 Ways) Sellers Choice New Dash Pad Cap for A 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 ... www.onlineauction.com/index.php?page=auction:view...
This is a snap on cover that covers your old one without it's removal,just paint it to match.Now you can get these from a lot of different places and I'm NOT recommending any business or company,just saying this is an easy way to get a nice looking dash without replacing it.
the switch under the dash attached to the column has most likely moved and there will be a steel rod that connects from the "Blinker" handle and pushes on the hi/low switch on the column.. If you remove the under dash panel, you should be able to see this steel rod running down the left of the steering column, then at the lower end of the rod you will see the switch. it will have three wires in it. just push down on the part that the rod meets with on the switch and the low beams should work. if this works then the switch is still good and need to be adjusted up alittle. if the switch doesn't click to low beams then you will need to change the switch. good luck
Remove the front wheel, use a flat head to take of the dust cap in the center of the rotor. There will be a big nut with a cotter pin going through it. Remove the pin and the take the nut off. After removing the caliper you will be able to remove the rotor and the bearings inside.
I had the same problem. the switch broke. So i took apart the whole steering wheel until i looked under the dash near the pedals. if you look under the dash then you will find that there is a small white square looking thing with rod connected to it. thats the one you want to change. hope this helps
this happend to me in my 82 elcamino get a light tester and go to the starter and fallow each wire 1 by 1 and make sure you have power in my car the wires ended up at the firewall driver side hope this helped you