It's not a piece of cake. The pad has small studs attached on the bottom that protrude through holes in the metal dash housing, with nuts on the studs to hold it in place. To get to the nuts you have to remove the cardboard glovebox and radio, and drop down the instrument cluster. To drop down the cluster (without removing wires, heater cables, etc.), 1st drop down the steering column by removing two nuts at the dash bottom, then remove all the screws around the perimeter of the cluster. Protect your steering column with rags or towels 1st. It's fun.
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