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Lower right hand dash removal 99 expedition

I am tyring to get the part of the dash off that holds the glove box in to get to the heater core. I have all the visible screws out but there is something holding the upper corner where the top of the dash seperates from the glove box holder i am trying to remove.

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On the top of your dash you should have an access panel, inside that opening there are three screws that are put in (direction) from front to back, two are relatively easy to get to and see, the third is above the passenger side a/c vent outlet. Also there are two on each end of the dash, that you have to remove the door weather stripping to reach, hope this helps, let me know

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