Question about 1994 Toyota Paseo
Start by removing the steering wheel. (19mm socket) next remove the steering column upper and lower covers by removing the four screws from the underside of the plastic cover. There are two small screws that you need to remove to pull out the black trim around your cluster using a stubby philips screwdriver. They are easier to see with a small flashlight, look up just above and back from the clear plastic cover over your instrument panel. One is about at 10 o'clock and the other at 2 o'clock. Just pull the dimmer switch cover straight back and remove the small nut so you can get the trim out. It just snaps in so be gentle. Once you have the trim out there are only a few screws holding the cluster in and there are two connectors attached to the back. Remove those and your'e home free. Let me know if that helps.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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