When we left our c900, we had removed the center console. Next up is to get the lower dash pad out.
This is quite straightforward, but there are some semi-hidden bolts.
The first bolt is easy. It's the one in the center of the pad. The center bolt for the ashtray bracket goes into the head of this one - you can see the threads where that bolt went.
So now we just take the bolt out - it's a 13mm.
There is some wiring you may need to move out of the way to get at the bolt. It's a 10mm. I use a long extension on a ratchet. You may want to magnetize your socket if possible - it's easy for the bolt to drop off when you remove it.
Something just occurred to me. Is the fuse box on the left side of the car on RHD models? Or is everything switched around? And how many RHD cars were made, anyway?
Piece of cake, huh?