Question about Cars & Trucks
You need to start at the bottom . remove the kick panel under the dash, screws. Remove the metal plate under it. Screws and nuts. Then the bezel around the cluster has screws at the bottom and screws at the top to remove. Once that is out of the way, you have 4 screws to remove to get the IP out. Pull it out a bit, to get to the plugs on the back side.
Posted on Dec 06, 2016
The cover-is that like a bezel? Older cars always used screws to hold the bezel in place. On lots of newer, the bezel or cover just has plastic clips that snap into holes or slots. If you see no visible screws, try pulling the cover off, starting at one end. Once the cover is off, you can see the screws that hold the cluster to the instrument panel.
Posted on Dec 06, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Instrument Cluster removal
you need to take off the steering column cover upper and lower halves to get two the two screws that are hidden under the rubber dust cover.thanks for using fixya!
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
The bezel around the cluster is just cliped on. You will have to set the parking brake and put the gear selector in 1st gear and pry around the bezel to release the clips. The cluster is held in with 4 7mm screws.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
SOURCE: Instrument cluster not working
if its not a fuse. try a relay. itll be under the hood in a little box. if thats not it than it could be a short in the wiring.check your running lights as well. most of the time they are ran on the same fuse so if one doesnt work the other one probably wont. also if you have recently replaced your stereo. check over the wiring on it because something could have got loose.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
remove ac vents with flat head screwdriver . thair should be a 7mm bolt in each vent holding tha dash pad on remove them. remove the trim going to head liner from the dash pad. use a 7mm to remove the bolts holding the cluser in place should be one each side and 3 across the back . disconnect the wiring harness and your done. also disconnect the negative batery cable when doing this
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
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