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Need to remove insterment cluster. 05 altima. Where are the screws????? Or am I screwed ???? Just helpin a friend.

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You have to remove the whole dash board. sorry

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Fig. 2: . . . passenger side of the instrument cluster 89606p42.jpg
Fig. 3: Remove the upper trim panel retaining screws 89606p43.jpg
Fig. 4: Remove the headlight switch knob 89606p44.jpg
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Fig. 7: Remove the transmission range indicator cable 89606p47.jpg
Fig. 8: Slide the cluster out and detach the electrical connectors and . . . 89606p48.jpg
Fig. 9: . . . . remove the instrument cluster from the vehicle 89606p49.jpg
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