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Old 08-10-2007, 09:01 PM   #1
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Has anone ever don a complete dash swap? Going from a column shifter to the floor shifter? How hard is this to do?
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Iv done all the seats, Dash, and FE2 suspension on my SE

Dash is not to hard. its like 14-16 bolts. and about 2-6hours of work all depends on how fast your are.
to do the HUD you do have to mod your stock wiring harness. just 8 wires not to bad.

here is when i did my dash
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...=66596&start=0


I did not switch over to a Console switch but i did put the console there.
I did not want to swap my steering column to do the shifter swap.

if you want to do the AL7 good seat swap also.
here is when i did that.
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...=65762&start=0
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Bandit, the junk yards around me are filled with Bonnevilles with AL7'*. Was it complicated at all? I am mostly concerned with the dash. Everything just bolted right up in the same places? I can get seats for about $100.00, don't know about the the dash yet.

What is the degree of difficulty for this type of project?
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