Figure 11. Started pulling the dash off. It had the horrible torx head bolts. Fortunately, they all came out. they will be replaced with hex button head screws. The wiring was a rats nest and has obviously been hacked together at some time in the past. Pulling this off also shows that this jeep was originaly purple, and not blue.
Figure 12. Both fenders are now off. They came off pretty easily, compared to the dash and other items.
Figure 13. Prepariing to pull the steering column out. Loosen the clamp on the spline for the column and thoroughly spray it with penetrating oil or pb blaster. It will not come out easily, if it has been on there a long time. Disconnect the shifter linkage on an automatic equipped jeep as shown here.
Figure 14. Remove the nuts holding the column/firewall covers on, then remove the cover halves. These are pretty rusty, if new are available, they will be replaced.
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