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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-16-2008 Thread Starter
 
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How do I get 1987 dash apart?

I just bought a 1987 5.0, and audio quality is a big deal to me. I took all the old speakers and such out of my last car (totaled).
I was just wondering if anyone had any tips or instructions on taking the dash apart before I spend a frustrating hour trying to find all the screws and such.
Thanks.

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Hey. Just finished doing a heater core. It is difficult. There is a heater core replacement step step on Mustang Monthly. You can see most of the parts as they come out and should give you an idea as to what is where etc.

Someone on here gave me the site. I think it was Eagle (who by the way has been a help in just about everything I do, along with others).

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ohk.. i'll wait for that then

i went in there today, kinda
i got to some star screws and was angry i had to go get more tools, only to realize i probably didnt need to take off the AC controls, they just seemed logical.
mostly I just wanted to know where all the screws are to take off the dash panels
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