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post #1 of 28 Old 04-15-2009, 10:26 AM Thread Starter
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installing switches

i see that a lot of ppl have installed switches and everything in the dash. my question is, are you just pulling the whole dash off to install this stuff of just a portion or what?'
and how hard is it?



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i have put mine in the panel right above the removeable panel so if i have a problem its easy to access

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which panel is the removable one?



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there is a very large removable panel under the steering wheel. its where all your fuses are. there are 4 quarter turn screws in it.

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Right beside your knees is where he is talking about. And about what your asking yes its ez to pull your dash off.

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oh ok that panel. i know there is one where the 4wd selector normally goes. wasn't sure if it came off.
what all is involved in taking the dash off? i don't need anything detailed, i was just wondering



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Actually just pull it off.. start on the left top put ur fingers in there and pull and work your way across. Then once its un snapped you will just disconnect things. its not hard at all.

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wow. that's awesome. i may do it just because



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You can always pick yourself up a set of upfitter switches and the lower dash panel out of an 05 up... then have a nice setup!

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i just learn something new everyday
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