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Many years ago I changed the switch in my 67 to one that has the lane changing feature. I don't recall having any install issues and it's a nice feature to have. I got it out of the wrecking yard so not sure what year car it came from. In case I need to replace it, does anyone know if the 69...
Must be a Canuck thing, lol. I've used needlenose very successfully. I even add tape to the ends of the pliers just to keep things "unf@cked". I use the money saved on tools to pay for border fees when buying parts;)
Needle nose pliers with electrical tape on the ends has worked for me. Also two small slotted screw drivers crossed has worked like a spanner to remove the nut.
I also gutted my 67 antenna and matched the base to a newer mopar solid one from the scrap yard, don't recall the year or model.
They are the (philips head) screws around the perimeter of the 2 cardboard glovebox pieces that attach them to the metal dash frame and each other.
Depending on what you want access to you may not need to remove them.
If you're interested in having delay wipers, check this out.
An easy delay wiper system for 70's era trucks
Apparently works for 66-67 b-body, with a variable speed motor like you have.
Haven't done it myself yet but would be interested to hear from others who have.