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Dash removal
#1
Hello,

Have a 73 Mustang and need to remove the instrumetn cluster so I can get to the convertible top switch and emergency bracke hazard light. They are far left at bottom of dash in the solid metal area. No acces from below ... I have taken out all the screws that hold the plastic gauge surrong out but can not get it past the steering column ... freed up. Any suggestions ? Thanks

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#2
Loosen up the bracket on the column a little bit and the cluster will slide out. In my experience, you to not have to remove the column just drop it slightly.

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naa10104;195855 Wrote:Hello,

Have a 73 Mustang and need to remove the instrumetn cluster so I can get to the convertible top switch and emergency bracke hazard light. They are far left at bottom of dash in the solid metal area. No acces from below ... I have taken out all the screws that hold the plastic gauge surrong out but can not get it past the steering column ... freed up. Any suggestions ? Thanks

steve
Speedo cable??
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#4
You can pull the dash pad first and slide out with column in place. I usually access both of those items from below.
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Did you remove the two parts of the steering column covers

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