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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look closely for all hidden screws for they are not hidden. If the cluster is loose and wobbling the speedometer cable is what needs to be removed. Depress the retaining clip fully inward and hold. Then pull the cable out of the cluster. It will simply push back in and lock upon reinstalling it
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
SOURCE: how to remove rear seat
some of these , you would have to get in the back seat area. and push in on the bottom front side of the seat to allow the bracket that clips into another bracket to release, do this on both sides of the seat, and seat should release and come out, the top portion of a lot of these older models, you would have to grasp the top of the seat, and push in and up and pull out, on them to release them from the brackets, installation is reverse. hope that this information has helped you.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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