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Speedometer, temp and fuel gauge lights out, how to replace them?

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You will need to remove the instrument cluster assembly to change the bulbs. It is not very difficult if you are familiar with taking apart interior and dash panels. If not, you should find somebody that is. It is easy to damage the panels if you do not know how to remove them or if you do not have a good trim removal tool to help you. It's almost entirely a matter of removing the correct screws (about a dozen) and panels (about 4). Remember to disconnect the battery before you start disassembling anything. Just remove and move aside the Negative remote battery terminal from the passenger side of the engine compartment. It should be labeled. If you want more detail or any other information, just respond to this and I'd be glad to help. There are a couple of tricky points that I can make much easier if you like. Again, the process is not very difficult. "More involved" is probably the best way to describe it.

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