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1969 Camao dash clock

I'm trying to figure out how to replace the dash clock on my 1969 camaro. I need to know how to get access to the two screws that hold the clock in place.
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Re: 1969 camao dash clock

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I'm trying to figure out how to replace the dash clock on my 1969 camaro. I need to know how to get access to the two screws that hold the clock in place.
There are actually four (4) screws that hold the clock in place in the center dash position between the speedo and the gas gauge (or tach) on the '69. Two of them are accessed from the top and then there are 2 (one on each side of the clock) that hold it to the bezel. To be honest, the easiest way to get to it would be to drop the steering column and pull out the dash. You may be able to get to it (more awkwardly) if took the dash pad off, but I don't 100% remember. I'll have to go back and see if I can find some pictures of mine when I had it all apart.

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OK, went back and took a look. Looks you can indeed get to the clock (at least the top screws) if the dash pad is removed, as I had thought. But to get to those two set on the sides/back of the clock, you will still be best served (unless you have really tiny hands) by pulling the dash out some.

Not the best pic - but you can see the space on the top where the clock would go. In this picticular, there isn't a clock, but you get the idea.


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