Question about 1987 Chevrolet Suburban
Just found this one that you posted....
Pretty simple (if you haven't done it already!!!).
First thing, if you can remove your steering wheel, that will help a lot!! If not, and it is titlt, tilt it full down.
Next, remove the lower steering column plastic, then the dash bezel (the plastic part). Don't remove the gauge assembly....
Next, the 5 or 6 screws holding the dashpad on. Once those are removed, you have to fanagle that dashpad out....pulling and keeping it evenly leveled. It will pop loose. When it does, kinda lift up and towards you, then tilt it down...you will see what I mean when you get to this point. The only thing holding it in place is metal clips....they across the front of the dashpad.
When you put it back in, same thing, fanagle it into place and then push with a little force to pop the clips and the dash into place.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
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The grill pops out from up top.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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