Removing the dash is not difficult, just tedious. Take your time and document where things go and everything will work out fine. It will seem like there are a million screws, nuts, and bolts. Be sure to save them all. You will have to disassemble and remove the instrument cluster, switch panels, headlight switch, clock, radio, HVAC control panel, and the 12V outlet in the process. An extra set of hands is helpful when removing it, and make sure to unplug and pull the wires through the dash first.