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dashboard r&r

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#1 johnceggleston


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Posted 15 March 2006 - 01:24 PM

my son wants to swap out the dashboard in my 95 leg (mauve?) with the dash of a 96 (standard gray). we have already planned to swap the seats, door panels and center console, those are easy. how much work to move the whole dash? can it go as a unit or do all the pieces have to be removed?? and lastly, how about the floor carpet?


#2 Legacy777



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Posted 18 March 2006 - 10:34 PM

To get the dash out, you'll have to remove the misc parts in the dash, and then take the rest out as a whole.

To swap carpet, you have to remove the seats and all the inner guts. It's not too bad. I had mine out when I rewired my stereo

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