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Hey All.

I am installing my under dash panels and all is going well. However, I cannot seem to locate a picture of the steering column hardware. How does the panel attach to the steering column closer to the fire wall?

Any pictures would be appreciated.

Thanks

 

 

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The steering column should have a bracket clamped to the lower section. It has two “wings” with threaded holes to match up with the lower steering column fiberboard piece. Be careful when putting the two screws in or else you can pinch or damage wires.

 

Here are all the pieces I removed from a 71 2002

 

 

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It can be tricky to do - not only are the holes/slots/brackets difficult to line up but also the location is hard physically (I'm 6'6" so could be me).

 

I'd love a kit with all the underdash panel screws/washers, they are easy to lose.

 

Jason

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4 hours ago, JsnPpp said:

It can be tricky to do - not only are the holes/slots/brackets difficult to line up but also the location is hard physically (I'm 6'6" so could be me).

 

I'd love a kit with all the underdash panel screws/washers, they are easy to lose.

 

Jason

Jeez Jason I would think you would have to remove the front seat! 🤗 how did you get under there!

 

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1 hour ago, Mike A said:

Jeez Jason I would think you would have to remove the front seat! 🤗 how did you get under there!

 

Ha! Very carefully!

 

Working under the dash is one of my least favorite things to do. I literally have to be upside down laying over the seats to see in there. Of course I could remove the seats but those are a bit of a pain to get back in for whatever reason. Only four 13mm bolts but like 20min every time.

 

Jason

 

 

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