With the relay harness complete now the real fun begins.to anyone that has never removed there dash bezel it is more a pain in the butt then anything and time consuming.
so first you need to drop the steering column, when doing that you will have to disconnect,push out the way the steering column harness and stop light switch.
then you need to remove ALL the screws around the perimeter of the dash and that means (top,bottom,left and right side).Note there is a small screw in the ashtray and a screw that holds factory radio bracket under the dash.once this is done the whole dash assembly will come down far enough to work on.
here is the dash assembly down with access to the convertible top switch and new harness set in behind the dash.
this is were i spliced into the factory harness with the new relays.when i spliced into the harness i used crimp connections,soldered all crimps and used heat shrink tubing on new connections.
NOTE- the only reason i spliced in this location was that i had already cut into the harness here previously.so cut were ever works best for you.
the two harness spliced together,in position and ready to connected to the new switch.
all finished and connected
one working convertible top switch.
with that all said this took me about 11 hours in about three days to complete.in that time i built the relay harness,disassembled/reassembled dash and installed the harness.good luck and hope this helps