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How do you get the dash panel off a 92 New Yorker to change the heat-ac switch?

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2011-09-13 03:52:37
2011-09-13 03:52:37

At the top of the Woodgrain trim panel, underneath the "eyebrow" of the dash are 6 Phillips head screws. Remove thes and it will come out. You may have to tilt the stering down to remove it. The bottom may be held by "Velcro" type fasteners. The will be 2 of them if they are there. Pry gently and voila, it will be in your hands and all in one piece! Go slowly and Gently or it will be in multiple pieces!

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