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Old 01-24-2006, 12:26 AM   #1
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Some time ago, someone here posted pics of how to remove a dash. Can someone hunt that thread down for me? I may have to operate on mine, I just need to make sure I do it right.

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Are you talking about removing the entire dash or just a part of it? Why do you think you'll be taking it apart? Just wondering.
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dash or cluster

talk to randman1 either way
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I'd search on Randman and Frankenbonne

It'll yield you stuff like this
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Are you talking about removing the entire dash or just a part of it? Why do you think you'll be taking it apart? Just wondering.
Well, the pics that whoever provided I believe were for the whole dash. I'm just looking to find out why my odometer and trip don't work anymore. That'* kind of vital to me possibly selling my car.
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Nick..you did say dash right? lol

The trim panel should pull off and then the screws should be pretty easy to see. I'm sure one of the 87-91 experts will chime in soon.
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