You'd have to cut it out. It's welded in from the factory.
I would not suggest cutting it out, unless it has serious damage. Replacing the metal dash frame is a very intense and detailed project.
To remove a governor chip from a 2007 Mustang, open the hood and remove the negative battery. Next, install the reprogrammed ECU into its terminal, lay the metal belt back over the ECU and secure the belt.
it is tack welded so u have to grind weld loose
both flashers are next to each other just behind the center of the lower dashboard trim, about 3-4 inches to the left of the ash tray. You have to remove the entire lower dashboard plastic to get to it(about 16 screws). I got tired of doing so and actually drilled a hole through the plastic and metal so I can replace the flasher without removing the lower dashboard trim. This also is also true for Chevy Bazer 95-97 possible later and the GMC versions.
you have to remove to entire headlight assembly 2 screws on top and 2 nuts on the backside of assembly that go through metal panel
Just mild steel
Remove the RH lower dashboard sound insulator and the glove compartment. Look for a shiny metal box about the size of an old GM ECM.
The 1964½ Ford Mustang did not have a 289, it had the 260 (which was rated at 164 hp). If your car has a 289 it is either a 1965 or does not have the original engine. A good way to tell a 1964½ from a 1965 is whether it has a metal dashboard or a padded dash.
If you want to remove spray paint from metal then use the Valspar.
how to change headlights on a 02 mustangI just did this today...(2002 mustang gt) when you open the hood on the back of the headlight assembly, there's a long metal clip. This holds the entire assembly in place, take this out using the tabs (gently). the whole assembly should slide right out, then unscrew the large plastic nut that holds the bulb in place. to remove the bulb just twist.it's pretty easy to do and takes zero tools (yay). the foglight bulbs are a different story. still trying to figure that out.. erik
if i was to remove metal i would use pliers
shoot yourself in the face..its easier.. remove everything in steps.. first entire center console, airbags, steering wheel,turn signals, steering column, guages and everything possible where you see a screw..remove it..then once all that's gone you should have a metal bar,some fuse boxes and wiring.. but you're not done yet.. remove windshield washers and outside dash. now look around underneath dash and remove all bolts connected to frame.. disconnect ac couplings and remove connections to heater core, you're almost there
You need to use a coat hanger or thin piece of metal to keep the seat locking tab from catching the headrest shaft. picture http://www.ponyperformance.com/tech11.html
Carbon, usually in impure form such as coal or coke, is often used to remove oxygen from metal ores.
take a metal can and throw it out
You can remove creosote from metal with a steel brush or a brillo pad. Once it builds up too thickly, though, you may have to remove and replace any metal and brick affected.
There should be a small metal plaque on the dashboard to the left of the steering column.
On a metal tag that is riveted to the left side of the plastic dashboard.
Metal should not stain. You should be able to brush your teeth to remove everything on your braces.
Remove the radio from the dashboard.Then post the radio make+model plus all the letters+numbers on any labels,barcodes or stamped in the metal casing.This information can then be used to see if a code can be calculated
You have to remove the dash assembly to get the heater box out. That's the entire dash assembly, not the instrument cluster or the dash pad or anything. The WHOLE dash has to come out. From there, it's a piece of cake. Just drain the cooling system, unhook the two heater hoses, remove the attaching nuts along the firewall in the engine bay, remove the big sheet metal screw that holds the heater box up against the cowl vent, remove the three cables and snatch it out of there. Then pop the clips off that hold the heater box halves together, remove the hoses from the heater core and put the new one in. Installation is the reverse of removal.
No. The smallest item I have had to remove was my watch.
If you open the trunk you'll see a piece of sheet metal straight down from the windshield. It's the lid for the back of the dashboard. There are a lot of Phillips screws and some mastic holding it in place, so remove all the screws and pry off the lid. You'll see the glove box, and a metal strap will be around it. There's one screw holding it in place. Remove the screw, and the glove box just slips right out.