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    Default How to remove the dash BA falcon

    Hi
    Does anyone have a step by step guide on removing the dash. I need to remove my dash to replace a broken heater shaft, seems a common problem on this model. Should have been a recall. I've undone all the bolts and electrical connectors listed in the srevice manual but I still cant pull it out.
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    Greg.
    Last edited by egor; 30-03-2011 at 02:58 AM.

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    Ye, Thanks mate I've already found that thread and tried it but it still wont budge. I have a friend helping me as well and we both cant pull the damn thing out. It will rock up and down but it wont come out. Feels like something else is holding it in there.

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    Default Re: How to remove the dash BA falcon

    Hey mate have you taken the a pillow covers off



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    Default Re: How to remove the dash BA falcon

    Ye mate I've removed the A pillar trims, I've followed everything illustrated in the service manual and the other thread still no luck.

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    Default Re: How to remove the dash BA falcon

    did you get the dash out ?

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    Default Re: How to remove the dash BA falcon

    http://www.fordxr6turbo.com/forum/to...ove-dash-babf/

    Only down side is that you have to be a member to view.

    Its very accurate with photos included.

    Used it when my heater core on my BA MKII started leaking

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