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Unread 06-18-2012, 01:09 PM   #1
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I need a new dash on my CC DS. Has anyone donme this? And was it hard? What kind did you get? Thanks!
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Unread 06-18-2012, 06:19 PM   #2
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I've been wondering as well. We want to get a new dash and new steering wheel as well, but I'm concerned about removing the old steering wheel. I've read things that you need a steering wheel puller, using your knees, and as simple as whacking it once with a rubber mallet and it comes lose.
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I ordered one today from Everything Carts. I was just wondering how hard it was......
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I've been wondering as well. We want to get a new dash and new steering wheel as well, but I'm concerned about removing the old steering wheel. I've read things that you need a steering wheel puller, using your knees, and as simple as whacking it once with a rubber mallet and it comes lose.
getting steering wheel off is easy. they usually fall off with a little pull. if not i have a quick trick for ya,,,,,,,,,, take the bolt only about half way out. Then if you have an airhammer with a small blunt end then hit the center of the bolt with that as your pulling the wheel at the same time. this is how i did it for years working on cars and it saved a ton of time. Yes i do have about ten steering wheel pullers and adapters but quit using. also if you rock the wheel and pull on it at the same time most will come off that way. just be sure to keep the bolt about half way in so you dont punch yourself in the face with the wheel,lol. paul
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The one I bought from Everything Carts is pretty cool. It has a slit right below the hole for the steering column and you just slip it over the steering column, so you dont have to remove the wheel. We'll see how well it works out.
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Here it is:

http://www.everythingcarts.com/p-180...ain-82-up.aspx
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The hardest part (at least that I thought) was drilling the holes in the aluminum trim for the mounting screws,
If the dash isn't sitting just right, you can miss the aluminum trim all together, and have to drill on a slight angle to hit it,
which in turn, makes your mounting screws look crooked.

AND... you need just the right size drill bit, too small and the screw head snaps off, too big, and they loosen up.
start out just drilling one hole and test a screw with a hand held screwdriver, it should turn somewhat hard by hand, but doable.
once you get the drill size right, it'll be a breeze!

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