Join Date: Jul 2003
Location: vernon hills, IL
for small crap like switches , junk yard, i usually take 2 or 3 incase i get a bad one,. besides, i wouldnt trust most mechanical parts from a yard. just on idea alone, but for body and interior their is absoulty nothing wrong trusting used parts . the dash isnt that hard to do,you need to one, unbolt the main harness in the lh side underhood, remove console undo the 2 nuts holindg it to the floor, take the covers off the top and remove the 4 bolts there, pull the door weatherstrips and kickpanes and remove the 2 bolts on each side, on the passengerside you will also need to remove the glove box to get at the bolt. , you need to remove the steering column , there is a nut on the driverside , just above the wiper governor that hold the dash to the parking brake bracket. you nee dto disconnect the rear body harness conenctor on the driverside, you also need to disconnect the plugs in the passenger side kickpanel. also you need to unhook one side of the heater control cable. that should cover it, i have pulled a few in yards , usually around an hour or so .
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