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I'm trying to get dash off & its hung up in the middle an won't come off to change heater core

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  • sherryshewey Sep 22, 2009

    bolt on vertical stud just to right of steering column, an drain a/c , the two nuts under glove box an the bolt under hood on firewall & it's done

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There is a nut on a vertical stud attached to the steering column support just to the right of the brake pedal hidden way up there. There is also two bolts on the passenger side that attach the dash to the heater box behind the glovebox door. And don't forget the center support bolts just in front of the console.

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