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67 chevelle dash pad

Does anyone know how to take the dash pad out of 1967 chevelle? I have all manuals eccept for body by fisher. They don't show much. Thanks for the help.

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1. Remove windshield side garnish moldings where necessary.
2. On "A" bodies, remove exposed screws on outboard ends of cover. (illustration shows the screws on the ends of the cover where they roll over the end of the dash.)
3. Remove instrument panel cluster and glove box.
4. Working through cluster and glove box opening, remove attaching nuts and carefully remove cover assembly. (illustration shows four nuts)

This is from my Body by Fisher manual.
If you need it I can take a pic of the illustration in the manual.

Good luck.
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66-67 Chevelle

You need to drop the whole dash face----glovebox and all.

Lower steering column

Get a couple of milk crates to lower the dash onto.

remove all of the dash retaining screws ( I think 6 across the top and one on each side)

Remove lower bolts near the vent pulls-----2 on each side
Remove one bolt holding a center brace near the heater controls.

Once the dash is lowered, you can get to the nuts holding the upper dash pad in place----about 7 of them-----+ one screw on each side of the dash.

Sounds more difficult than it really is----take about 20 minutes to drop the dash. (leaving heater controls and wiring intact)

Once you get this dropped down-----might want to consider replacing the headlight switch, wiper switch, ignition switch and lighter if you are having ANY issues with them at all-----cannot get to these things with the dash in place.
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