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There is really no how come . Thing best thing I can tell ya is just keep taking things apart . Keep all the hardware with each component removed . Before you know it you"ll be removing the dash . I would suggest that while your there to go ahead and put in a new heater main point . With a lot of lucky , you can have the dash apart and back together in a day or for this reason .
under the vent to the right of the radio theres a little hook thingy in the dash. there is a screw in there that needs to be removed the panel under the steering wheel needs to be popped off. there are 2 screws in the bottom, and the top just clips in. you can fully remove it, or just pop out the 2 clips on the top and let it kinda chill there, wont hurt it.once youve done that, your dash is freed up and can simply be pulled off. where you popped off the underside panel below steering wheel is a good place to start. on the lower left corner of the dash. then id open up your ash tray and cupholders, and work just work your around getting all the clips outs. it comes out pretty easyhope that helps
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if you mean the entire dash, heres everything that needs to be removed1) Remove bezel around radio/heater controls -- directions in previous post2) Remove ash tray --open it, and it just pops out. kinda lift up and pull and slowly work it out and if doesnt go easy. mine came out pretty easily though3) Remove plastic panel from below cup holder -- plastic trim that goes at very bottom and wraps around the sides. just a couple clips, pulls out easily4) Remove cup holder --several screws below and behind. need to remove radio bezel to access some screws5) Remove both left and right side A pillars -- two bolts on each side where the handle is under those 2 little covers6) Remove the front dash cover closest to windshield -- several clips all the way across. use a pry tool and pry up the entire front, then a few good tugs straight back towards you should get the rear clips out 7) remove two plastic end pieces on each side of dash that are only acessable with the door open8) Remove the padded dash top 9) Remove instrument bezel and panel ive never personally done steps 8 and 9, but just look for any screws or bolts, shouldnt be anything too complicated. the rest is fairly easy to do and dont present much of a problem. if you have any more specific questions about those parts, i can help you help ya, ive taken all that stuff apart several times