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If you're talking about just the dash cap, then everything is accessed from inside the passenger compartment. You have to remove the gauges, the glove box, and the vents on the sides of the dash. (Not sure what 70-71 cars do for access to the outboard nuts.)

I think there were 10 nuts? I have pics of a dash cap around here somewhere....


OK, this sequence starts from the passenger's side of the car. The dash cap is sitting, top down, on the ground.









The two nuts in the instrument cluster area you can only see edge-on. You need to use a shorty open-end wrench to remove them--and a lot of patience. Most of the others can be accessed by sockets with various extensions on them.

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