Search on here for heater core replacement. Pulling the dash is part of it and there are tons of write ups. Not sure on getting the dash apart to replace the actual top. This is what i did, i didnt get it from Geno's but its the same thing. Worked great slipped right in and no one can notic its even there.
Pull the entire dash out, take off the shift knobs, undo all screws along windshield, under sides of dash and behind shift plastic molding. Pull steering wheel pull air bags, and unplug wiring harnesses... boom it is out. Kinda a crash course, but no easy way. You have to do this so you can put all your wiring back in behind your new one with out hurting it... very big issues can come from hurting that wireing!!
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