I've got to pull the dash on my '95 K1500 in order to replace a leaking evaporator core. I'm not looking forward to this project at all, mainly because the dash is already cracked in 1 place, as is the bezel, so I'm afraid it's going to break all to pieces when I try to get out. I've seen videos/instructions for pulling them 2 different ways. One way is completely disassemble the dash, pull the controls and leave the wiring harness. The other way leaves the dash intact for the most part and you remove the harness with the dash by pushing it through the firewall. Which way do you think is easier on me and the dash? I was testing the HVAC controls this afternoon and I can hear a click in the temp/blend actuator, so I'm thinking I should replace it also. But I'm curious if I should replace the other doors and actuators while it's out, or is there anything else I should replace while the dash is out? It looks like the heater core is easy enough to get to without removing the dash, so I may wait until it goes bad.