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Old 05-07-2005, 04:20 PM   #1
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Damn Bonnie... I've posted in the past that I screwed up and have my HEATER VENTS NOT The climate control crap... THE VENTS are premently open. I need to fix that but since I can't find out how to REMOVE MY Dash Board to get to the problem it has yet to be fixed. This has caused Massive heat to fill the cab of the car ALL THE TIME! Now the dash board panel is screwing up. What we Believe has happened is that my heater vents being open has Fried my Dash board computer which is right there. 2 things.

1) I need to know how to remove my dash board.... in english I need to remove my ENTIRE DASH BOARD. NOT just the climate crap. I need the verson for dumbies!

2) Does anyone have a spare dash board comp for a decent price that still works?

If so on either please e-mail me at [email protected] Thank you!
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My article for how to install a HUD has instructions for removing the dashboard.
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ght=instal+hud
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The easiest way to explain to take anything apart is to say. Look for main support brackets, take out those bolts..give gentle tug..if it comes out..your done...if find and take out more...repeat process til it'* out.
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The easiest way to explain to take anything apart is to say. Look for main support brackets, take out those bolts..give gentle tug..if it comes out..your done...if find and take out more...repeat process til it'* out.
Thanks Doll! But that'* how I got in this postion.
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