It is very complicated and necessary to have a manual telling you how it's done. I would take it to an auto trim shop. First, you'll need to remove the wood trim from the dash. It is held in by a series of clips, so it's just a matter of carefully popping the trim out. Once the wood trim pieces are removed, next you'll remove the vents from the black trim of the dash. Turn them all the way to one side and pull as best as you can. They will pop out (although you might need a screwdriver to wedge in behind if they don't come right out). Removing the wood trim and vents will reveal approximately 10 (don't recall the exact #) torx head screws. Remove those, and then you can remove the black dash panel (you might need to shift the car into neutral to get the panel out).
I have talked to General Motors customer service and was told that you don't fix the unglued dash on a Buick LeSabre. I have looked at 48 LeSabres in various parking lots and 32 of them had unglued dash problems. This must be a factory defect and should be corrected by GM. If anyone reads this, please input any information that you have. I would like to pursue this problem.
1988 Buick LeSabre fuse panel (25 slots) is located on left side of dash with 2 spring loaded thumb screws around corner of dash next to upper door. Push in and turn left. This releases the dash panel to left of steering column for access to fuses. A second Fuse and Relay panel is under dash behind glove box on far right passenger side. Mel
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