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Where are the clips holding the dash to the heaterbox?

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2006-04-06 13:52:05
2006-04-06 13:52:05

This is a fairly big job! you have to remove centre consol inc gear knob. Remove all vents and the speedo, steering wheel. Screws for the centre dash are behind the vents.Be very careful when removing heater controls, these are very brittle and break easily Pull 2 plugs out of the ends of the dash where the door closes onto, you will find bolts. remove these from both ends. When you take consol from around gearstick you will see 2 brackets holding dash too, remove these bolts.When you go to pull out the dash be aware there are clips holding onto the heater box, these have to be removed from either side of heater box or they will break. once clear you can pull dash clear on passenger side, the heater box will still be attached to bulkhead. To remove heater box there are 2 nuts under the bonnet in the centre of the bulkhead, One at top of box and one at bottom, you may have to remove heal shields to get to these. There are more nuts on the passenger side bulkhead under the plastic rain cover under the bonnet, you should see the blower fan. disconnect heater hoses and heater box should pull out. The heater matrix is held in by 2 screws on top of the heater box, when removed the matrix slides up and out. Apart from a lot of swearing, breaking old plastic and water leaking everywhere, its not too bad.There was a factory recall on these for matrix leaking because there used to be a pressure relief valve in the system but they didnt work, later on people just lobbed this valve and put a piece of copper pipe in. Good Luck...

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