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HI,i am just wondering if anyone has any help removiing the dash out of my 96 F-350?
its totally disconnected at the passenger side but there seems to be a mystery bolt on the drivers side up near where the cluster would be but i cannot see anything.
any help on this would be great, and thanks in advance
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Dash Bolts

I am fairly sure that there is a bolt that you have to drop the steering collom to get to.
Thake the 4 bolts that hold the steering collom to the brace that attaches it to the fitewall. Do not forget to disconnect the small cable that goes to the shifter indiactor. Then after you drop the collom, you can see the bolt that ataches the dash to the same bracket.


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