How to take the dash off?

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Asked by Feb 19, 2011 at 04:01 PM about the 1973 Dodge Charger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1973 dodge charger with a cracked dash. I cant figure out how to take off the top dash pad. Any help?

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a super nice car will need a new dash . a daily or once in a while driver can be repaired .. A lot of plastic or vinyl repair kits are available .. you get what you pay for ... Practice on a chemicaly simillar piece before you limmit your options to a new dash only ! What I did was get one of them nudy poody girly stick on calenders and place it over the crack . even if it don't cover it all the way ,nobody will notice 'cause that ain't the crack their concerned with !!!! STICK IT !! PBN

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it is bolted from under dash its easier to remove wiring harness heater box then whole dash unit to get at bolts to dash pad

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