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Old 06-21-2010, 10:35 PM
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Hi I was wondering if anybody could give me a web site or something that tells me how to get the complete dashboard out of a 1998 chevy silverado ex-cab thanks for any help given
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its fairly simple to do, but the hidden screws will get ya. go to your local chev dealer and inquire about borrowin or purchasing one of their old manuals. everything is on disc now and they don't print manuals after 2005. our place sold all the manuals to anybody interested in them.
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cool thanks doc do you know how hard it is to switch a 1990 interior over to a 95 or newer interior
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cool thanks doc do you know how hard it is to switch a 1990 interior over to a 95 or newer interior
It's been done, but it takes a little work. Here's a thread from a 88+ specific forum of a user that did the swap.

95+ Dash Swap
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thanks alot valk I really appreciate it I just bought a 98 interior the dash seats door panels everything and am getting ready to put them in my 1990 so I really appreciate the help
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thanks alot valk I really appreciate it I just bought a 98 interior the dash seats door panels everything and am getting ready to put them in my 1990 so I really appreciate the help
Very cool. Well I'm happy to help when I can and I hope you take some pics when you're done. Speaking of which, if you ever get a chance check out the pics of my 96 C2500 in my photo album.
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