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Does anyone know where all the bolts are located to remove the dash. Cleaning up all the wiring and can't seem to find the majority of the bolts. 

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The service manual has a write-up on how to remove the dash.  If you have access to the earlier AOAI magazines, available on CD-ROM, Issue #82 has a write-up on page 38 regarding how to get it down in "15 minutes."  Seems too good to be true but apparently he could do it. 

Be sure to label everything.  If you take it down, you can use the opportunity to:  check the defroster hoses and replace if needed as they may be dry-rotted, check and pressure test the heater core, change the instrument lights as they are a pure pain to change with everything in place, change the radio if you need, etc.  Good luck.

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On 10/7/2019 at 9:14 PM, Mel said:

The service manual has a write-up on how to remove the dash.  If you have access to the earlier AOAI magazines, available on CD-ROM, Issue #82 has a write-up on page 38 regarding how to get it down in "15 minutes."  Seems too good to be true but apparently he could do it. 

Be sure to label everything.  If you take it down, you can use the opportunity to:  check the defroster hoses and replace if needed as they may be dry-rotted, check and pressure test the heater core, change the instrument lights as they are a pure pain to change with everything in place, change the radio if you need, etc.  Good luck.

All very good advice!:)

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