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ttypewhite

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I vowed to do this right when putting it back together. So far I have missed no steps. But make no mistake about it. When it's up and running I am going to put it on the dyno and send it with my race program, then head to the track and give her shit. This car is made to cruise, not sit inside a garage. I will keep it clean at all costs, and drive it every time I get a opportunity.
 

KC87

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I'm not worried about the carpet because I know when you get done installing it it will be perfect. :)
 

ttypewhite

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It has been pretty hot and muggy here, so I just left the carpet in the car to possibly form a bit better. I'm going to tackle the dashboard installment first, then mock up the center console and work my way to the edges of the carpet and see how it fares. I hope to get started on this soon.
 

KC87

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This would make a nice compliment to your camera. Hey, y'all want to see those BLMs all dressed in black at 2am on the QEW. Or maybe you don't. :LOL:
I'm actually thinking about one of these, have some great reviews.


P.S.
Remember, I'm here for you when you get it done and are too uptight about taking it out I'll do it for you. Y'all can come along. :D
 

ttypewhite

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My word Mike, you have far more guts then I, if I took my dash apart like you did I would have no faith in myself to get it back together right. IF IF I did get it back to get together first thing I would Do is stick the key In to start the motor, the trunk would pop open. Great job Mike
Thank you. It really isn't as difficult as you may think, especially if your car is all factory. The harness that runs to the fusebox under the driver's side kick panel is anchored to the dashboard by 7mm screws from the steering column all the way over to the passenger side. There is only one way to fasten this harness to the dashboard, and everything is in it's rightful place to connect to everything in the dash. I too had that feeling of anxiety when taking it off, then when the dash was down I looked behind it and it all made sense.
 
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