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How do I replace light behind speedometer for 92 Golf?

How do I replace dash light behind speedometer for 92 Golf?

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  • tmike Nov 11, 2008

    So how do you do that?  Are there screws hidden or is it pressed in and have a spring release somewhere? Is there another piece that has to be removed first?   

  • tmike Nov 12, 2008

    Thank you very much.

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You have to pull the instrument cluster out

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  • james lee Nov 11, 2008

    you have to take the housing out that is around the cluster there are screws in it and behind the headlight switch and where the radio and heater controls are then you have to sqeeze your hand in behind the cluster to unplug the speedo to get the cluster to come out not real easy trust me i've pulled mine out 3 or 4 times

  • james lee Nov 12, 2008

    was you able to change?

  • james lee Nov 12, 2008

    was you able to change?

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