Question about 1996 Saturn SL
Some of the lamps have burnt out in the instrument cluster of my 1996 Saturn SL2. I've been able to remove the trim ring and two screws from the bottom of the cluster. But it doesn't just pull loose after that, and I have learned not to just pull harder. Am I missing more screws or fasteners, or is just hard to pull loose?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Jun 20, 2016 | Saturn Cars & Trucks
Fig. Fig. 1: To remove the instrument cluster, first remove the trim panel by removing the lower fascia panel
Fig. Fig. 2: With the lower fascia moved aside, remove the lower trim panel attaching screws ...
Fig. Fig. 3: ... as well as the upper attaching screws
Fig. Fig. 4: Then pull the entire instrument trim panel from the dash board
Fig. Fig. 5: Exploded view of the instrument cluster
Fig. Fig. 6: Rear view of the instrument cluster wire routing and connections
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