Sean I have already removed the dash panel. And the mounting plastic it sets in.
What my concern is, how do I remove the screws that the duct work is screwed to?
Do I have to pay each time I ask a question?
no you pay me once i am here as long as you need me
is it against the fire wall that its stuck?
The dash is loose for the most part, it still is attached in the center, there are ducts which come through for your defrost, the screws are on either side of the duct which I can not access.
Also the steel tub which run across the cab needs to be removed, in order remove the heater box, what is the trick if any?
Just a little insight I repair Fire Trucks, this looks like 10 lbs stuffed into a 5 lbs. container
ok the steel support tube should stay mountedd to the cab ,
and most times the screws for the defroster there are small decorative plugs that you have to pry out to access the screws
Not in this case these screws there is no access from the top side.
The steel support tube has a frame structure that drops down in front of the heater box, which mounts to the floor. This frame is welded to the tube.
Do I have to drain the coolant an dbreak the a/c system?
Once I accept is our corispodence over.
yes you have to drain both the coolant and the ac
and no after you accept i am still here as long as you need me
the welded steel tube stays put but if theres no screws then it has a push in spring clip the slips out when you pull back on the dash pad
Sean if I have a question tomorrow will I have the opprotunity to ask that or do I have to pay again. If i do I understand time is money.
If I can reconnect do you have an ID number. thanks
Is there a referance guide that give pictures of the process that I can access.