70 Duster Dashpad

Mopar Interiors

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    Any info on how to remove old dashpad from my Duster. Thanks
     
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    ............there is a bunch of little studs/nuts that u have to get from underneath, take out the dash gauges and glove box liner.......might want to unhook the negative battery cable.........kim.....
     
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    oldkimmer beat me. Like he said, unless you have tiny hands, like gymnastics, and are a glutton for punishment, pull as much from the dash as you can. Attached is a pic to help you locate the studs.
     

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    I did it in my duster and all i can say is. Prepare to get very angry, Cut up And very Depressed. I had a bolt or 2 to go and i just ripped the whole pad out, i was pissed. But i got the new pad/Dash cap in and thankfully it looks great.
     
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      70Duster440 did an outstanding job in locating the nuts. I did mine last year. The way I did mine was I waited till I got the new one ordered, then looking at the new one I could locate the nuts from looking at the rear of the new one....

      It turned out great.
       

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      Be sure to do a test fit before putting nuts on new pad. I had most all on mine before discovering that one stud was a little off and didn't make it thru the hole. Would have been a whole lot easier if i had checked better first.
      Yote

      Also there is two screw holes toward outside lower corners of pad . Mine had plastic from molding plugging them. Be sure to make sure they are visible and clean before installing.
       
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      Thanks to all of you, Very helpful.
       
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