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How do i take the speedodmeter cable lose from the instramental panel of a 1988 ford ranger

Need to change lights in speedometer and cant get the speedometer cable loose

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Pull the instument pannel out just far enough to get your hand in and when you feel the speedo cable you need to lift up on the connector as close to the pannel as you can get this will unlock the cable and it should just slide out.

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