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Old 09-05-2004, 08:00 PM
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1994 XLT Dash Pad Replacement

Does anyone have experience replacing the dash pad that extends from the pasenger side to the area around the radio?

My truck got broken into recently and the thief damaged the pad while ripping out the CD player.

The pad is available from Ford for $105.00 but I have yet to order it since I have no idea how to remove & replace it
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this shows how to take out gauges, if you take off trim on right like trim on left you may be able to take it out.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/articles/2003/4.php


also have the ford part man print out his page with the blow apart view,
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This soft surface pad is held by 7 bolts, so you need to remove 7 nuts from the back. Remove the glove box and the radio to get access to that nuts.

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Re Dash Pad

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Thank you very much!!!

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