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I need to remove the entire dash from a 1993 chevy truck everything from the windshield back,what is the easiest way to do this?

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There should be scers on top and bottom of the entire dash assembly, just take these out and gently try and budge it out

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Clarification of the would be greatly appreciated. However the entire dash is held on with about 10-15 screws.
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