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Old 10-09-2018, 09:33 PM   #29
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The nuts to the bolts that hold the front unit on are in between the wood and the firewall. How would you recommend we get to the nuts without completely tearing the dash out?

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We need someone with a 2000 to chime in on this.
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The op is on a 2004
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Duh, couldn’t be a 2000 with a Vansco.... my bad
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The nuts to the bolts that hold the front unit on are in between the wood and the firewall. How would you recommend we get to the nuts without completely tearing the dash out?



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IIRC , the bolts go through the firewall, extend the genny slide and get a helper to hold one side of the bolt, when you reinstall them add a nut on the inside, raising the Vansco off the firewall. There is a prior posting (not in this thread) suggesting this.
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