Question about Chevrolet Beretta
These are almost always a bear. There will be screws on the dash around your instrument cluster, usually facing upwards. Remove these to get the cluster out and there will be a few cables to disconnect from the switches and such, as well as your speedo cable. The lights are are plugged in to the back of the cluster.
Did you check the fuses to make sure none of the lighting circuits' fuses are blown? i would certainly start there, first, because it can be a real pain in some vehicles to R&R your instrument cluster.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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