Originally Posted by New95Ram
Not at all.
Have to remove the ash tray, cup holder and front bezel.
Then just remove the screws holding down the dash.
Took less than an hour and I am not mechanically inclined.
did you have to bring down the steering column, disconnect electrical plugs and
pivot down then remove whole dashboard assembly? i am trying to replace mine without having to do all the above, is it possible? can you detail the steps/shortcuts you took to get it under an hour? thanks.