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post #1 of 9 Old 08-19-2010, 08:46 AM Thread Starter
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how to remove dash?

any good guides/links?

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In a fox or SN95?

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It's an uber pain.

Take the seats out and just start hunting for screws and bolts.

I can post pics of the Fox body dash removal pics from Dealer Serv. Manual if you want ?

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If on an early fox, this thread is pretty good.

http://vb.foureyedpride.com/showthre...t=dash+removal

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I have an 89 GT i can take pic of mine to give you an idea,but its pretty easy.
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what about on an SN95 dash? the previous owner of my car had his radio stolen and they ripped the center peice with the controls out and busted the bracing for it, from the looks of things i have to remove and replace the whole dash to fix it. right now it's just pressured into place. any guides online? is it difficult? my other car blew a head gasket so this is my only driver right now but while it's warm out i want to get to work on it. thanx
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One of guys here has a killer build going on a SN95. He has a nice write up on how to remove the dash. Check out post #273 here:

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