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Although I've not changed these on this vehicle, I do know that most newer vehicles have changeable IP cluster lights that basically twist turn for replacement but you will need to actually remove the instrument panel (IP) cluster to access them;
1. Grab a seat behind the wheel and lower your stearing wheel as low as it goes to get some room
2. There is a dome shaped piece of trim surround your IP cluster, wiggle gently upward by grasping the top portion (two hands with your thumbs inside the lip of the trim and your fingers on top) until it begins to move, now look down to the steering column and you'll see the botom portion of the trim lifting, move one of your hands to it and using equal force top and botom, lift the trim gently up and toward your forehead to reveal the IP Cluster in its bare form
3. Locate and remove the two screws at the top of the cluster
4. That's as far as I can go at this point because all my tools are elsewhere just now, you should be able to go from there though, it's not overly complicated when you consider the fact that the factory building of these things has to be straight forward enough to move 1500 of these things down-line in an 8 hour shift!!

Hope it works out for you

Posted on Aug 13, 2009

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