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We pulled the gauge assembly, dropped the steering column, and removed part of the A/C ducting to fully-remove our dash harness. It also helps to remove the glove box liner and stereo. The Z&M Jeeps dash harness (PN38218) uses modern blade-type fuses rather than the antiquated glass fuses of our ’78. You’ll need to crimp on new blade-type connectors in place of the female connectors for the two wires that control the A/C blower and compressor, as well as the radio and cruise control.

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