Question about 1996 Buick Skylark
How do I remove the instrument cluster
There is plastic decorative trim that surrounds the cluster, it runs from side to side. Open both doors and on the passanger side you will see a screw holding that end, the drivers side does not have a screw. You need a "L" shaped pry tool.and a flat blade screwdriver, using the tools, start at the outer edge and slowly pry the plastic trim out... it is held in place with spring clips.
carefuly work your way toward the cluster... then do the same thing from the other end. when you got all the spring clips loose, that plastic will lift off and you will see the screws holding the IP in place.
Posted on Mar 31, 2015
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Fig. Instrument panel cluster trim plate and related components-1997-00 Buick models
Fig. Front view of instrument cluster removal and rear view of the wiring harness connectors-1997-00 Buick models
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