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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-11-2011 Thread Starter
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1967 Mustang Dash Pad Removal?

I finally got my Mustang on the road after a bunch of work but I've run into an issue trying to get my dash pad off.

I saw where you are supposed to take out the screws between the pad and the windshield and the ones above the steering column. But I can't see any other screws to remove. Do I have to remove the instrument cluster?
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I do recall I removed my instrument cluster first. And then the dash pad was still glued down so I ended up literally ripping it out.

67 coupe--5.0
69 Mach 1 428 SCJ with drag pack
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I don't recall on my 67 conv, there might be a couple of studs with nuts under the dash on both ends. Good Luck.
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you also have to take out the instrument panel, then besides the screws up by the windshield there are 2 small studs on each end with small nuts on them, down at the bottom of the dash pad once removed pad should slide right off
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Awesome change went great! Thanks for all the info!
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