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Since several of the connections from the convenience module will need to be joined with the headlight switch and other devices behind the dash, it's best to remove the dash cluster for access. Our subject vehicle is a custom '67 Mustang hardtop built by Classic Creations of Central Florida (where we also happen to be performing this installation). Just a handful of Phillips screws hold the housing in place. Merv Rego of Classic Creations has also removed the steering wheel for more access and photography.