Well it's time to replace the dash pad. Mine is warped something terrible and hard as a rock. I'm not going to waste any time trying to fix it, I'm just going to replace it. I did some reading and learned that the dash pad made by OER is horrible. The reviews suck. However, the pads made by NPD (National Parts Depot) are the same price and have great reviews, so I ordered mine up. I had it the very next day, cant complain about that. The pad actually comes out fairly easy. Here is the old pad. First remove all of the screws below the glove box, all the way to the driver side A/C vent. (7mm Socket) Remove the discharge assy from the heater box (5/16" Socket) Remove the cardbox insert for the glove box You can use a small ratchet or thumb ratchet to gain access to the screws that mount the lower dash to the upper dash pad. The screws come from the top down (7mm Socket). You can reach up through the openings to gain access. You'll need to remove the instrument cluster (remove the negative battery cable first, don't risk damaging your cluster circuit overlay), and remove the two nuts that hold the steering column up and let it hang down. Remove the A/C ducting (if equipped), and remove the nuts that secure the upper dash pad to the metal overlay that houses the speaker and defroster. Remove the retaining clips after the nuts are removed. There are two sheet metal screws above where the instrument cluster was and the pad is drilled to gain access, remove these screws. At this point, it should just about fall out. Next I'm going to replace the heater core (which leaks). Then I'll tidy up the wiring while it's easy to get to. Next time I post, I'll show how to put everything back together.