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If you are referring to the "heater" blower motor resister?
It is under the top section of the dashboard where the shelf detent pad is. First remove the screws on top of the pad area, next start lifting up the right side of the dashboard section towards the center and over towards the left over the instrument cluster and lift out the complete top of the dash. Next remove the defroster duct by removing the screws. Unclip from the lower section and the duct will lift out. The resister is located there under the dash area and will unbolt allowing removal. "Good Luck."
Turn the engine of the Impala off and open its hood. Use a socket wrench to remove the negative cable from the battery.
Remove the four screws securing the driver's side kick
panel, using a Phillips screwdriver. Use a slotted screwdriver to pry
out the kick panel. Remove the passenger's side kick panel the same way.
Remove the metal plate from the driver's side of the vehicle under the Steering wheel
by detaching its two securing bolts with a socket wrench. Pull the
plate off to reveal three electrical connections. Unplug the three
Open the glove compartment and empty its contents.
Remove the two screws at the back of the glove compartment.
Pull the glove compartment off of the dashboard.
Center Dash Panel
Remove the two screws securing the radio and the two screws securing the A/C unit with a Phillips screwdriver.
Remove the four corner screws of the center dash panel faceplate with a Phillips screwdriver. Pull the faceplate off.
Use a slotted screwdriver to pull the radio and A/C unit toward you.
Reach behind the two devices and disconnect their connections. Pull them out of the vehicle.
Remove the two screws underneath the steering wheel, using a Phillips screwdriver.
Remove the two screws on the lower right side of the dashboard, using a Phillips screwdriver.
Remove the 10 mm bolt from both side panels with a socket wrench.
Remove the defroster grille by pulling it out. Remove the four screws along the top of the dash near the windshield.
Pull the dashboard off the Impala and detach the two
electrical connections. Lift up the dashboard and remove it from the
sounds like the plastic is warping from the sun. replacing the dash is quite a pain and i would not suggest attempting this alone. if the appearance is what is bothering you you can always purchase a dash cover that will velcro down and hide the problem. otherwise i would take the vehicle to a professional.
Open both front doors, remove the fuse panel/relay cover panel at top by pulling straight off. There is a screw at the top which holds part of the dash panel, remove screw, do the same on the other side. Remove two screws at the center of drivers side of dash at top which screws in to the top of the dashboard. Remove small lower dash panel around steering column, it has two screws.You will have to unplug four electrical connectors, Two are on lower panel for floor light and trunk release. Two are on main dash panel, one for Traction control and one for hazard light. Start to pry from drivers side, the dash panel, it has snap clips and work across to pass. side. sash panel will lift off. This will leave acsess to radio.
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There is a little more to it than that, but not a tough job if you have patience. You will need to remove both 'doors' on the dash-one glovebox, one fuse access panel. on US models, you will need to remove the pass side airbag as well, then 2 bolts that hold a set of relays under the airbag, then 5 bolts that hold a support bracket (also under the pass side airbag-behind glovebox.
Then under the dash at teh outside near the doors, remove 2 sets of 10mm bolts. after than remove 2 sets of 10mm bolts near where the bottom of the dash touches the tranny tunnel. obviously all the center console needs to be removed, and the center panel of the dash, as there are several sets of screws that hold that to the back of the dash.
be patient, take lots of photos of how it goes together, and where the wiring is(was), and this is pretty easy.
yes but mostly it needs to be done by dash tech recommended or apolstry shop <<< spell check
but here are the steps
remove dash place out of sun
mix batch of heat resistant resin
apply resin to dash the whole dash make a little thicker on dash
now when dried and hardened after 24 to 48 hours you take a sanding block and sand down smooth with sand paper then repaint with color dash that was before
you can use this same resin to also fill in the cracks of dash but you will still have to sand and repaint the area you just applied the heat resistant resin too this is called touch up the dash
dont use a power sander on this type of project you could damage your dash permanently